My flight home from Portland (by way of Atlanta) landed in Jacksonville around 10 p.m. yesterday. After driving a little more than two hours, I walked in the door of our house in Ocala around 12:30 a.m. and was greeted by this little wiggle worm.
What is with that face!? She’s such a little ham.
A little while ago, my Nikon D3000 camera broke and last weekend my sister’s boyfriend figured out how to fix it. I’ve been using my point and shoot camera for all of my photos (the Canon PowerShot S90 – the PowerShot S100 is the updated version) and while I absolutely love it, the action mode on the Nikon D3000 is the only thing that can properly capture Sadie and her crazy ways. She’s a blur in nearly every picture I take with my point and shoot! I’m glad to have it back so I can capture her goofy expressions again!
Sadie is, without question, my favorite photography subject. I missed my little girl! It feels good to be back with Ryan and Sadie again. I don’t think we’ll be leaving Florida at all in July, so I’ll have lots of time with these two this month!
This morning, after I ate a quick breakfast of banana bread protein pancakes and typed up my morning blog post, I drove to work. I worked through the morning and most of the afternoon, only taking one 15 minute break to eat the tuna salad I packed around 11:30 a.m.
Before heading home for the day, I completed a workout that began with 25 minutes on the elliptical and ended with an upper body workout.
By the time I made it back to our house I was ready for part two of my lunch. I quickly fixed myself a snack plate of veggies with hummus and fresh strawberries.
I am loving the Sabra spinach and artichoke hummus. Southeast U.S. friends: It’s BOGO at Publix right now!
As I ate my veggies, I blended a chocolate peanut butter protein smoothie to enjoy on the side.
All in all, a delicious meal!
Plans for the rest of the night include unpacking, a short evening hike with Ryan and Sadie and dinner outside on the grill!
See ya in the morning!