It has been a really long time since I’ve had a terrible, no good day.
I should go knock on some wood.
But, yesterday was a terribly, no good day.
- But, yesterday was a terribly, no good day.
- I was actually NOT running late, but my GPS was having trouble finding the location. When it said I had arrived, there was definitely not a hospital campus in sight. I was sitting at a red light and leaned over to the passenger side floor to pick-up the printed page that contained the address of the conference. During my lean to retrieve the paper, my foot came off the brake and the car started rolling forward. I slammed on the brake, but unfortunately, my foot landed on the accelerator instead.
- I went speeding ahead…straight into the Jeep in front of me.
- Seriously? Seriously.
- The young guy driving the Jeep pulled over and in my haze of stupidity for my careless action, I was totally shaken up, literally. “Are you okay?”….Are you sure you’re okay?” he kept asking as I was jotting down my insurance information.
- A diabetes conference later and a quick visit to a body shop for a quite, I’m looking at $2-3k for my carelessness. UGGGGGGGGGGGH.
- After my workout, Mr. Prevention suggested going out for dinner. And I happily obliged. Even though I had a very simple dinner planned, I jumped on the ease of dinner being made for me. I don’t think I could’ve handled a dinner as simple as this last night and that’s saying something because it doesn’t get much easier than this.
- I’ve been anxious to post this recipe for over a week now — we were both wow-ed by this one. Simple, fresh, and delicious!
- Soy Citrus Scallops with Udon Noodles and Snow Peas slightly adapted from Cooking Light
- 6 oz dry Udon noodles (or pasta of choice, such as soba)
- 3 cups snow pea
- 3 Tbsp low-sodium soy sauce
- 1 Tbsp fresh orange juice
- 1 Tbsp seasoned rice vinegar
- 1 Tbsp honey
- 2 tsp fresh ginger, peeled and minced
- 1 tsp chili garlic sauce
- 1 Tbsp dark sesame oil, divided
- 3/4 lb sea scallops
- 1/4 cup green onions, thinly sliced