I apologize for not posting my lunch meals from the past few days. I have been busy traveling a little bit for work. I did want to share with you all with what I’ve been up to. Emi and I had some free time to window shop. I found this book at Michael’s and I had to buy it. We’ve read it the past two nights. I also felt it heavy on my heart to type a little prayer over my life. I know I’ve shared my prayers with you all before, so I added a photo of it here. I hope you all have a blessed day and night.
This would have been today’s lunch in my rush this morning I grabbed the wrong container. What I would’ve had was: baked tilapia over a bed of rice, sliced avocados, and roasted carrots. I had a late start to prepping my lunch last night so I decided to keep things simple. In total, including prepping and cooking time, this meal took me 45 minutes. I love quick and easy delicious meals.
I was craving a lettuce wrap so I decided to make one for lunch. I used ground turkey with onions, then added tomatoes and avocados. I made a simple avocado and cherry tomatoes salad with lemon and salt and pepper dressing. I cannot wait to dig in later!
Tonight my daughter and I ran some errands and did a little last minute shopping for our little family trip tomorrow. I have been wanting some good curry soup for a while now and decided why not tonight? I have been so good these last two weeks. I also find it difficult to eat at a Thai restaurant and not order mangoes with sweet sticky rice. I found this red curry really sweet at first but the balance of the sweet of the coconut milk and the chili peppers was perfect.
I come to you this morning to give you praise. Thank you for showing your mercy towards me. Thank you for every blessing you have bestowed on me. Thank you for protecting me. Thank you for my ability to reach out to you whenever and where ever. Thank you for calling me back to you. Thank you for bringing people into my life you knew would help promote me. Thank you removing people you knew would only harm me and hold me back. Thank you for my job, car, home, mind, body, soul, and everything I may have taken for granted. Thank you for never being too far. Thank you for turning my problems into victories. Thank you for giving me the strength I never knew I had. Thank you for working in my relationship with Xavier.
In Jesus’ name I pray, amen.
Last night I decided to bake some tilapia instead of my usual chicken. I made a garlic pasta, threw some veggies in there and called it a day. I was able to prepare and make this meal in 30 minutes.