Woke up, fell out of bed
Dragged a comb across my head (after I’d had a shower – natch)
Found my way downstairs and drank a cup (well actually I didn’t have time for a cuppa)
And looking up, I noticed I was
late in plenty of time, as usual
Found Left my coat (it was sunny) and grabbed my hat bag
bus train i n seconds flat with time to spare
way upstairs self a seat and had a smoke read my kindle
some nobody spoke and I some went into a dream
And there I was in Euston where I bought a yogurt, fruit compote and granola pot.
It was quite good.
I spent the day in the Birmingham office where I worked, worked, worked. Popped next door at lunch time to EAT and had a cheese sandwich and a small chicken laksa soup.
Worked, worked and worked some more, then hopped in to a taxi back to the station. I like Birmingham. The architecture is interesting
and very varied.
Gateway back to the South
I was very tired on the way home. I had been up since 4:45 am and found the journey home a bit much. The trouble with this long journey is a psychological one. Usually, when I get off the train at the end of the day I am at home. But for this journey when I got off the train I was in North London. I then had to get across London by tube and then get the train home. So I ate something ridiculous. 4 Millie’s Cookies. Yes, you read that right. I had 4 which I bought in Birmingham.
Back in London I felt too sweet so I bought a little bag of cashew nuts. Euston, we have a problem!
I finally made it home, 16 hours after I left it. Tired and cross with myself for my stupid snacking. I wasn’t hungry but wanted to pack some nutrients in so I pottered about in the garden and picked a variety of green leaves (kale, spinach, radish, kale and broccoli)
which I blended with a banana, lots of ice cubes and some almond milk.
It made a long, cold and refreshing drink.
It’s frothy man!
So I did not have a good diet day. Or maybe it was ok. You must get to eat more calories today – it’s the longest day 🙂
You do get to Zig Zag your calories and have an above average day to keep fooling the metabolism. So on that note…Happy Solstice Summer.
Hey Zoe, don’t make it bad.
Take a long day and make it better.
Remember to put away the treats,
Then you can start to make it better.
And anytime you feel the pain, hey Zoe, refrain,
Don’t carry the world upon your shoulders.
For well you know that it’s a fool who plays it cool
By making his world a little leaner.
Great reply Veg Grower up the Road. 😀 I will be humming this for the rest of the day now. 😀
Vegetable Grower – brilliant reply 🙂