You guys make me laugh!
I think you should know that the most popular link that was clicked by readers on the blog today was the one for this little gem…
Please tell me that one of you actually bought it. And then let me be your best friend.
Since my lunchtime post was taken over by oatmeal recipes, we have some catchin’ up to do!
After eating a quick lunch, I headed out to hot yoga.
Since I really enjoyed my experience at a local yoga studio last week, I went again today and bought a package of five classes for $35. I hope this will motivate me to incorporate more yoga into my life!
Today’s class was challenging, mostly because my hamstrings were sore from yesterday’s workout. Considering my hamstrings are naturally crazy-tight, having sore, crazy-tight hamstrings made the class a treat!
At the end of the class, I was sweaty and felt wonderfully stretched out in the way only a yoga class can make me feel.
Even though my relationship with yoga is a little rocky in that I will love it for a few months and then forget about it, it’s one of the forms of exercise that my body honestly craves.
After yoga and cramming in a few hours of work, Ryan let me know he was running late this evening, so I got to work on a dinner that takes a little longer than usual to make. Okay, so it took only 40 minutes, but that’s long for me! I’m a 20-minutes-or-less kind of gal!
I set out to make my favorite squash casserole and it turned out just as wonderful as I remembered.
I ended up adding a cup of chopped mushrooms to the casserole, but other than that, I followed the original recipe.
I can’t believe I don’t made this dish more often. I like it so much but I tend to forget about it. Mental note: Bring this casserole into a regular rotation!
I went back for seconds and practically licked my bowl clean. Yum!
After dinner, Ryan and I took Sadie on an hour-long walk around the neighborhood. It’s unbelievably beautiful outside this evening!
Now I’m off to cram in a little reading before bed. I’m about halfway through Fever, the sequel to Wither, and while I’m enjoying it, I liked Wither better so far.
I’m not complaining though because both books are thoroughly entertaining!
Speaking of books…
Just a reminder that we’ll be discussing The Secret Life of CeeCee Wilkes next week on Tuesday, April 3, for those of you who read March’s book club selection. If you’re a blogger and posted a review of the book on your blog and wish to have your link included in the post, please email it to me and I’ll be sure to add it to the list!