Hurriquake’s a Comin’.

In case you live in a hole and didn’t know, Hurriquake Hurricane Irene is headed up the East Coast and impending doom is upon us.

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Okay, maybe not impending doom, but lots of rain, lots of wind + a hole bunch of scary things that come with those two things. I have water, candles, a flashlight and enough peanut butter food to last me for a while, so I think I should be okay. But if I am not posting this weekend, you know why!

I’ve received a ton of emails about being prepared, which is always something that you should be before a hurricane. I personally saw first hand the effects a hurricane can have on an area when I volunteered in New Orleans post-Hurricane Katrina. So when in doubt, play it safe and be smart! I don’t think this hurricane will be quite as bad, but you never know!

In New Orleans volunteering post-Katrina.

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Last nights dinner came courtesy (well, I paid but…) of one of my favorite local bars. I headed there after work with a co-worker, and one two beers later I was starving and needed subsistence. I got a side salad and we shared a cheese steak with lots of onions and peppers with provolone cheese. Not the best dinner, but at least the salad helped balance it out a bit. (I took a picture but the lighting was horrible, so you will just need to use your imagination.)

I haven’t been doing so great with eating all around healthy dinners this week. Grocery shopping was a bust which resulted in eating out way too much. I have a feeling this may be the case until I leave with trying to squeeze in last visits,etc., but at least if I can have a salad at each meal (with healthy dressing) at least there is that.

Since my dinners haven’t been super healthy, I have been trying to at least keep my breakfasts + lunches in check. Since I still was out of food today,  I stopped at Starbucks on my way into work and picked up an Iced Soy Misto and a cup of their Perfect Oatmeal.

I got all three toppings they offer (nuts, dried fruit + brown sugar) and used about half of each except for the brown sugar, I used about one-third. It hit the spot. I love me some oatmeal, and Starbucks, I do believe this is perfect (at least for on the go!)

Lunchtime rolled around and I headed to the supermarket to pick up a few hurricane supplies. I decided to multi-task and get a sandwich from the deli counter. I ordered a whole thinking I could save the other half for lunch this weekend. Well I certainly have lunch for this weekend and then some because this is the biggest sandwich I’ve probably ever seen.

I ordered the Italian Sub with lots of lettuce, onions, peppers, pickles, etc., with a splash of olive oil and vinegar. Ginormous is the only word I can use to describe this. I had one forth to myself and had a big bite out of another forth before giving that to a co-worker that went with me to the store. I basically have more than another whole sandwich left and the whole thing only cost me $6. Yes, six bucks! Insanity.

I am off for the night, heading into DC to get dinner and probably get into a little trouble! 😉 Have a great weekend + be safe all you East Coasters!!

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6 thoughts on “Hurriquake’s a Comin’.

  1. Your sub looks very similar to mine– except I just get turkey with ALL of the same ingredients.
    Have a great time in D.C. tonight, Jane. Try to stay on your best behavior 😉

  2. Hope you’re all hunkered down and staying safe this weekend. My friend told me that between the earthquake and the hurricane, it’s clear that Richmond is pissed that I left and I need to get back there ASAP! 😉

    I can’t believe that sub was only $6! I love it when you can get a lot of mileage out of food like that. I have been eating crappy all week, too, with the traveling and moving. I’m glad to finally be at my parents’ house where I might actually be able to eat some vegetables! What are those again???

  3. I hope you’re doing OK in the hurricane! We lost power for a while…..it’s preTTY windy out there.

    PS Love those subway subs with the egg white stuff on them, especially with a ton of veggies.

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