Raiding the Jason’s Deli salad bar & the pregnancy brain continues
Yesterday afternoon, I met my friend Kirsten for lunch at Jason’s Deli.
Now you may or may not recall how I accidentally stood her up the last time we were supposed to meet there because of a major case of pregnancy brain.
This time, I was determined to get there nice and early. There was no way that I was going to mess up our plans again!
Kirsten is pregnant too and is also expecting a boy- which makes me ridiculously happy. I’m so excited for baby play dates!
We both took advantage of the large salad bar and also added chicken for extra protein.
Aside from the chicken, my salad consisted of romaine lettuce, artichoke hearts, beets, peas, red onion, red peppers, olives, and balsamic dressing.
I’m so happy that my body is craving veggies a lot lately (minus broccoli which still repulses me). It is fun to satisfy those pregnancy cravings, but I am really trying to take care of myself and the baby by eating as healthfully as possible.
While Kirsten wasn’t the victim of my pregnancy brain this time, I have been going through it in a big way this week- which explains this tweet:
Earlier in the week, I went to Target for some household items. Some of the things that I bought, such as toilet paper and paper towels, were on the larger side, so the cashier put them on the bottom of the cart. Well, I realized on my way home that I forgot to put the paper towels in my car before I put the carriage in the cart return. I rushed back to the store as fast as I could, and luckily, my paper towels were still there.
Some old man saw me frantically loading them into my car and yelled, “It must be your lucky day!” I assumed that he either knew what I had done or thought that I was swiping someone’s paper towels.
Then I did the same thing again yesterday! I left about three bags of groceries on the bottom of the cart and then put it in the cart return and drove all the way home. This time, I called the store, and some kind stranger had turned in my bags. When I drove back to claim them, the woman at customer service said, “Oh, my poor dear. You have some pregnancy brain.”
If this keeps getting worse, I’m in deep trouble.
On the positive side, I learned that there are still some honest people out there since none of the things that I left behind were stolen.
Have you ever left your groceries behind when you’ve gone shopping? I am assuming that this isn’t a normal occurrence for most people…
I’ll be back later today with my latest grocery haul and my weekly staples.
Have a good morning!