Friday, March 27, 2009

Not-So-Fabulous Food Friday

I've been trying to think of something exciting and fabulous to write about today, but am coming up empty. I'm sick of protein, I can't eat my two favorite foods (parmesan cheese and bread) because I've given them up for Lent, and I've heard that the PIO shots can clog the plumbing. So, it's veggies galore for me today.

I know I probably shouldn't, but I think I'm going to treat myself to a nice glass of wine tonight (or, let's face it, this afternoon since I'm working from home today). Probably this.

I hope it goes well with broccoli.

7 comments:

poppy.f.seed said...

for me, the trigger was more of a clogger than the PIO.

That is annoying they won't tell you more(or anything)...

Emily said...

YUM! My nurse totally gave me the okay for wine between trigger and transfer.

I was sooooo freakin constipated - between PIO and anesthestic (sp?). You may want to take a colace daily preemptively...

Enjoy dinner! Have a glass for me!

Faith said...

Enjoy the wine -- and the broccoli :)

~ Katie ~ said...

omg! you gave up my two most favorite things in the world- you're alot crazier...um, I mean, braver than me. I could never forego those two staples.

Thanks for stopping by the ol' blog.

Beautiful Mess said...

I gave up 3 of my favorite things for Lent and it's been tough. I feel for ya! I hope your wine went well with your broccoli. I love your pic, btw. My feet look like maple bars, soooo not pretty ;o)

*ICLW*

Stacie said...

I don't see why you shouldn't be able to enjoy a little fun stuff, especially when you give up bread for Lent! I never would make it if I gave up bread, even for a little while!

Great fert report, too. Good luck with your transfer! :-)

ICLW

itsazooaroundhere said...

Wow - Darioush is one of my very favorite wines! We have a few bottles of the Cab and Syrah resting in our little cellar. How was it?

I remember my first visit to the tasting room when it was just a muddy field and trailer, during the construction.

Hmm, I might have to follow your lead and open a bottle after our ER next week. YUM!