Sangria and Popcorn

Oy. Sorry I was MIA yesterday. I’ve been writing, writing,  writing like it’s my job….wait, it is.

I found time in between to have a little sangria at the Wine Bar in Saratoga with my friend, Jess.

Jess actually told the bartender her sangria recipe and the owner decided to feature it at the bar for the rest of the night. How cool is that?

Anyway…let’s rewind to yesterday morning, because I know you all want to stare at the whole wheat blueberry pancakes I had for breakfast…

Topped with Plain Chobani and Raspberry Creamed Honey

I smeared the juice from the blueberries all over the top of the pancakes.

Mmmm. I love blueberries.

I threw a hodgepodge of leftovers together on a plate for lunch.

  • Defrosted cheese-less veggie pizza
  • Leftover pasta from Sunday

Then, I fell into a carb coma and didn’t eat anything else until around 8 pm.

Jess and I decided to take a late night trip to the gym. I had a piece of whole wheat toast with PB to fuel.

I ran a little over 2.5 miles in 30 minutes on the treadmill. I was proud of myself because I haven’t really been running lately. I ending up doing 4 miles between running and walking at an incline. It was an awesome, sweaty workout.

When I got home, I had a bowl of cheerios with dark chocolate chips for dinner.

This bowl x 2

Then, Jess and I stuffed our faces with popcorn until we couldn’t anymore…

Orville Redenbacher Movie Theater Butter Popcorn

Don’t Judge. 🙂

Today is the last official day of my internship at the paper. I’m a little sad, but am happy that I am still freelancing for them. I have to do an exit interview with the editor about how I did and what I can improve on. Let’s hope she has good things to say. Wish me luck!

Have you ever been an intern? Tell me about it.

Catch you later, blogfaces. Have a great Tuesday! <3

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  1. I interned in a classroom for half a year – it is part of the teacher education program in university in Saskatchewan. In your last year of your degree you spend it teaching everything in a classroom under supervision of the real classroom teacher.

  2. My seminary program required me to do an internship at a Salvation Army church. Mine was in Schenectady and I got to help run the day to day programing as well as Sunday services. It was a great eye opening experience to see what I was getting into. I loved that summer.

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