Happy Sunday! 🙂
Autumn Sunday mornings (for me) means chill time with the family (not including the gym).
Howling winds woke me this morning; it sounded cold out there. SJ is cold (44 degrees) and to think that in a few hours, we’ll be on the football field. So you know I couldn’t wait to…
Have my first official wood burning of the season! Besides the warmth the fire brings, I also enjoy the crackling and wood popping.
Freshly cooked omelets were in order, so I put my chefs hat on for myself, hubby, and B’Dazzle.
An omelet isn’t the same for me without veggies. This one has spinach, mushrooms, fresh garlic, red, and orange peppers– oh and crushed peppers.
Two slices of Ezekiel bread is a healthy source of carbs.
Flourless and low glycemic makes the bread appealing (to me).
My plate was meatless. Yummy! Hubby and B’Dazzle had sausage on their plate.
Because of the rain yesterday, B’Dazzle’s conference football game was rescheduled for today. While we’ll be dry, it is going to be COLD on the field today. I’ve got hand and toe warmers for B’Dazzle and any other player who needs or wants a pair. You bet, I’ll shove a pair of warmers in my gloves and boots.
After the game, we have left-overs and a delicious fresh crock pot full of Jambalaya.
The recipe is saved on my Pinterest soup board and is courtesy of Abby at catsandcasseroles.blogspot.com. Thank you Abby! It’s easy to make and perfect for a day like today. After the game, I hope to do some catching up on much-needed blog time in front of the fireplace while grubbing on a big bowl of spicy and healthy Jambalaya. Mmm…
Have fun watching Sunday football and enjoy the day! 🙂