Sadie did quite well at her vet appointment today.
Can’t you tell?
After a nervous five minutes quivering on my lap in the waiting room, Sadie got her Lyme disease booster shot and we were on our way. I laughed because when the veterinary assistant brought her to me from the back room after her shot, I could hear her little nails sliding all over the tile floor as she tried to run ahead of him. To the woman at the front desk I said, “Here comes the crazy!” I love my little nut job.
Our vet just happens to be located right across the street from a frozen yogurt shop, so you know what that means.
I got a cup of cheesecake frozen yogurt topped with cheesecake pieces, sprinkles, yogurt-covered pretzels, whipped cream and a drizzle of peanut butter sauce. I avoided chocolate toppings so Sadie could have the last few licks of my cup. Sharing is caring.
I wasn’t incredibly hungry by the time dinner rolled around, but I cleared my plate and was left feeling awfully stuffed. At least it was a nutritious meal!
In the bowl:
- Chicken thighs, sautéed in olive oil and garlic salt
- Roasted Brussels sprouts
- Roasted chickpeas
I typically throw chickpeas into a meal straight out of the can after rinsing them, but roasting the chickpeas gave them a chewier texture that added a lot to the dish.
Off to walk Sadie with Ryan before planting my butt on the couch for the next episode of The Bachelorette. Top three, baby!