Monday, September 6, 2010

Weekend Off


ork is in full swing, and school starts this week.  This was my last weekend to relax before the craziness of full-time work and full-time grad school kicks into gear.  I decided to take the weekend off from blogging and just relax, and visit with friends and family.

Eats Recapped:


Breakfast was a lovely bowl of oatmeal made with vanilla almond breeze, banana, cinnamon raisin PB, cinnamon and maple flakes:

I had lunch with some friends from work at a Thai restaurant called Angkor.  I had the Pad Thai.
Dinner was a hot chicken sandwich and a bowl of soup at another restaurant called The Mercury.


The hubby made French toast for breakfast.  I had 2 pieces sprinkled with icing sugar, and dipped in real maple syrup.  We then headed out on the road for a couple hours to visit my mom.

I had Bee Bim Bap for lunch.  It was fabulous as usual!

For dinner I had a small turkey sub loaded with veggies.  I also had vanilla yogurt with a tsp of PB in it (this is a GREAT combination!)

Saturday night we went to two different parties.  One was for the hubby's friend Mike, who just finished the Penticton Ironman.  The other was for our friends' birthdays.  I had a few Caesars throughout the night.

Sunday morning we went out for breakfast with my dad, sister, and nephew.  I had a southwestern breakfast (minus the toast):

Lunch was leftover Pad Thai:

We had dinner at the hubby's parent's house.  This was my plate:


Today I spent the day relaxing.  The hubby and I watched the movie/ documentary "Babies."  It was really cute!  Breakfast was a VOO and banana soft serve parfait, and a fruit cup:

I had a spinach and feta pita pizza for lunch:

And chili for dinner:

What was the highlight of your weekend?
Anyone planning on going to the FoodBuzz festival?  
I am thinking about it, but would love to have some buddies to meet up with there!


Joanne @ mostlyfitmom said...

Good luck with school this week! At least it feels like fall now, so it feels like back-to-school time.

Healthy. Happy. Well. said...

Such amazing photos. Especially breakfast! I can't believe your time management skills! Give me some tips! This will be the first time working while going to school...Have a lovely week!

Averie @ Averie Cooks said...

i have thought about going to foodbuzz but i am kinda scared that there will be mean girls there! i seriously dont want drama! i would honestly just love to hang out with everyone i already "know" and let the mean girls do their own thing, far away from me LOL said...

delish! xx

Morgan said...

Jolene, every post that you write makes me crave whatever you've eaten that day. You cook some great food!! I

Anonymous said...

I'm not going...I think we talked about going last year but this year I'm saving my vacation to visit Glenn in NYC in november!!! BTW what is a caesar? Like the salad? I want beebimbap!

Tracey @ I'm Not Superhuman said...

Sounds busy. I can't imagine going to grad school full-time while still working. Good luck!

The highlight of my weekend was finding a nearby farm stand with the best peaches and foot-long green beans.

Simply Life said...

good luck with the start of 2 school years this week!

Anonymous said...

What a great weekend you had and good eats as usual! So your husband have a new cyclo-cross hobby now? :-)

Hope your first week goes well!

Anonymous said...

Good luck with school! The highlight of my weekend was seeing my nephew.

Kat said...

I would really like to go to the FOodbuzz festival!! But I don't think that will
The highlight of my weekend was just being able to relaax!! I feel like I have been going nonstop for days!!

Kacy said...

Looks like a GREAT weekend with lots of super yummy eats! Have a great week at school girl.

I'm THINKING about going to Foodbuzz too, kind of depends on the info they release and if I can work it into the budget.

Unknown said...

Best wishes this week! Highlight of my weekend.... taking the kiddos to the state fair. They had an absolute blast !

Anonymous said...

Ahhhh, we had on-venue catering during the Games but it was so hard to eat because we were always running off somewhere... I would not have survived without my peanut butter & vanilla yogurt snack stash, haha. Amazing combination!

Thanks for the Salba link (I'm going to give it a try) and for reading through my blog even though it's new and not so impressive! Much appreciated!

BusyB said...

WOW sounds like your weekend was a full of family and good Food lol!!!
That banana soft serve parfait...looks good about now : )


Kelsey Ann said...

mm i should plan to make another one of ur parfaits soon before summer totally goes away. my grandma said its been raining out there in sask lately! urgh not just started raining like crazy ehre and it definitely makes me crave your hot oatmeal right now!

xoxo <3

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Madeline -Greens and Jeans said...

I have been toying with the idea of going to foodbuzz. It would be so fun to meet you!!

Faith @ lovelyascharged said...

I am such a dork, but I want to order be bim bap just so I get to say it! It just sounds so silly and I know I'd bust out laughing. That, and it looks delish ;)

Lisa from Lisa's Yarns said...

Once again I have total food envy! Even your oatmeal looks beautiful!!

I did cook this weekend, though, so I am sort of proud of myself. I made a vegetable soup. And I baked banana bread. It was nice to do something in the kitchen for a change!

Hope your week is off to a great start!

Rosey Rebecca said...

I want to go to the foodbuzz festival SO BAD!! Maybe if we both go, I can meet you! <3