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Snacks and Sleep

January 17, 2011

This weekend my grand plans for a weekend up in Minneapolis were sidelined by the cold I’ve been attempting to ward off for over two weeks. You see, I’m not all that good at accepting that I’m sick. Even when my throat is burning and my chest is heavy, I’ve been known to head for the gym. Seems as if exercise and good food aren’t the solution to everything.

So instead of heading up north for a couple days of fun, I surrendered to my cold and took it easy for the last 48 hours – sleeping over 20 hours in two days. Turns out sleep is completely underrated.  Joey arrived on Saturday, fresh from sales training, to oversee my recovery…

Aside from laying on the couch and watching entirely too much football, I snacked on a lot of pretty food. Maybe it sounds silly, but the way some people see God’s glory in nature, I see it in food. Seriously. Look at those pears, dusted with cinnamon and dripping in nut butter. Now that’s my idea of beauty, and an unbelievable snack.

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  • I agree, sleep is such a great thing! It seems the older I get (not that I'm calling anyone here old!) the more I value sleep.

  • Anonymous

    It should be illegal to make snacks that delicious. WANT.

  • Aw, I feel like the winter makes it impossible to stay healthy! Glad you got your necessary sleep in and got to see the boy too:-)

  • that does look yummy!!! Hope you get better!!!

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    ~Romantic Savy

  • you know, i didn't ever understand the apple and peanut butter snack…but i think perhaps melting it might be the secret!!!
    ill try that tonight!
    thanks for the inspiration!

  • 20 hours sounds like heaven…I am a bad sleeper. By the way you are drop dead gorgeous.

  • I second the gorgeous comment :) Feel better, Madison!

  • Glad you see to be feeling better. I hate to be sick and know that sleep is the only way to get better! Have a good week. Lovely pears.

  • I totally second your impulse to go to the gym when you're (a little bit) sick. I don't care what the experts say… I always feel better after a good workout, even if I take it easier than I would when healthy.

    Hope you're feeling better!

    xoxo,
    tanja

  • What a delicious snack! And healthy of course.

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  • Ann

    I completely agree! After all, the ingredients do come from nature…The pears look delicious :)