These are the days that I think of as a stereotypical Christmas Break day for me. Sleeping in, exercise, a nice breakfast, computer time, playing Wii, reading, and dinner.
Yesterday was just that! Except we went to Walmart, too.
After I did a morning workout, I got to try out one of my new Christmas presents, a griddle! I'd been asking for one for a while, so that I could have friends over and make us a bunch of pancakes and maybe even eggs. These were some more pumpkin ones. I had one lonely Kashi waffle left in the freezer, so I also added the toppings to it and ate it, too. Pumpkin, pumpkin butter, spices, honey, and sugar free syrup are just the right toppings.
I found this at Walmart, and it is so tasty! Just the right balance of eggnog and vanilla to make it not-too-strong, but right to my taste. Healthier, too!
I got the Just Dance for Christmas and bought the Zumba the previous day at Target. I love these dancing games, because I enjoy having fun while exercising, so dancing is the fun. This is how I pass extra afternoon time I have before dinner on breaks from school.
I put my new eggnog drink to good use after dinner! I made my own vanilla eggnog protein shake using the eggnog of course, vanilla extract, protein powder, vanilla almond milk, vanilla bean frozen yogurt, and boston cream pie yogurt, adding in some cinnamon and nutmeg. Delish!
This is the next book I have started reading after I finished Jantsen's Gift by Pam Cope. This is the book I bought and got autographed at the concert a little over a month ago. A fairly different story, it is still hitting me hard! I love reading about true life stories. Jeremy came from a background that you would not expect. His faith in God is so amazing and admirable, and the way he trusts God through struggles and the unknown is so inspiring. He really has put to use the gifts that God blessed him with. His love for others and his wife is also something to take note of. This is the kind of man I want for my husband. Jeremy is a fantastic role model for all men out there! Hearing his story and knowledge of God really hits my heart, and I believe it will yours, too.