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Gardening and Cheese Wraps

April 9th, 2019 at 11:58 pm

I am pretty tired out, but I am trying to post more often. While I'd like to post daily again, it seems to be more than I can do, but five days a week seems like a good goal to aim for.

Today DS and I worked in the garden We cleared one bed that is 24 feet by 2 feet and my mom had cleared the twin of this bed for about 8 feet this morning. I want to try to get the second one done tomorrow. I hope those two beds are enough for all the onions, but I may need to clear another bed for them.

My knees and ankles are pretty sore from being on them so much today, but my bank isn't too bad. I mean, I feel it, but it isn't tweaked out. Maybe because I only worked for an hour and paused often to stretch and do waist twists.

Yesterday we signed up for the gym membership. I think I'll go to family swim tomorrow and just do some pool walking and maybe a couple laps. I need to build up some strength. I will start off pretty easy. I don't want to overdo things. It will be nice to be in the water for a while and then use the hot tub. I think I miss the hot tub most of all. Maybe I'll use the sauna, too. It might just bake the last of this cold out of me.

Have any of you tried those cheese wraps from Costco? It's a tortilla-shaped wrap that is just made from cheese. I bought some a couple weeks ago and forgot about them. I am going to do some turkey and bell pepper roll ups for lunch tomorrow, and cut them into pinwheels, because I like my food to be fun sometimes. I had planned to do a stir-fry, but I think I will be too tired tomorrow.

I hope it is good, because then I could have a "tortilla" at a meal besides dinner. I only eat high carbs once a day. I don't know if these would warm up, though. I think they are meant to be eaten cold. But I could put fajitas in them and taco meat. And my chorizo con heuvoes.

Well, I best toddle off to bed before I turn into a pumpkin.

3 Responses to “Gardening and Cheese Wraps”

  1. creditcardfree Says:

    My husband and I have been reducing our processed carb intake. In place of taco shells and tortillas we simply make a taco salad. Bed of greens, avocado, red onion, banana peppers, tomato, seasoned ground beef, a little cheese (maybe sour cream) and some lime juiced on top. So yummy! We don't miss the tortillas as carrier for the goodness inside. Some of those ingredients could be eliminated and still taste great.

  2. LuckyRobin Says:

    CCF--But sometimes I get tired of taco salads and just want a food I can eat without a fork, you know?

  3. creditcardfree Says:

    Yes, I understand, LR!

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