My new favourite apples...Pink Ladies, very crisp and sweet. They also tend to be a larger apple which makes for a more filling snack.
Lunch often and I have to say this is filling...pita bread with peanut butter and banana. I've eaten an orange just about every day this winter; this is a blood orange.
I read recently that 60% of women suffer from TAT. What is that you ask? It is Tired All the Time Syndrome. Would you happen to be one of the 60% ? In this house though, it is Hubby who has mild TAT. We are in a discussion about iron. I posed a concern because we eat very little red meat which means his iron levels could be depressed. He understood old folks don't need extra iron. We will have to do a little research.
Something I am trying hard to curb...sugar in my coffee and tea...still working on it. I decided to use the half teaspoon to remind myself of how much sugar I was using. I am now good with the half. I know my tastebuds are finally adjusting because one day out and about, I absentmindedly put a whole packet of sugar in my coffee and I couldn't drink it...too sweet. But you know what, this process has taken me almost a year. Talk about old habits dying hard.
I am happy to show you this...my brave daffodils; poor things were above ground but unopened for about a week. One day of warmth and sun and finally like gardening magic....
What a welcome sight!
"She turned to the sunlight
And shook her pretty head,
And whispered to her neighbour:
"Winter is dead."A.A. Milne
Good grief sure hope so. Since writing this, I just heard of snow falling out in Alberta. Fingers crossed it is not heading our way.