Impress Your Friends With This Dinner

Hey y’all! Good morning to you.

There are 10 DAYS until the Wedding. I’m feeling peaceful after an emotional morning. Not the cold feet kind of emotions (not that at all); more like the kind where you feel super sensitive to anything anyone says/does (not Marco either, haha — he’s been my helper through this time). I’m telling you, this is a happy/sensitive time for girl!

Let’s get into yesterdays eats plus an amazing dinner recipe. Rodney and Marco approved!



Cereal mix: granola, toasted oatmeal flakes, shredded spoonfuls, slivered almonds, blueberries, and almond milk.


coffee and clif bar

After breakfast I went flower shopping for the Wedding. When I was done, I stopped by my Mom’s house to take a coffee break. I enjoyed a Crunchy Peanut Butter Clif Bar with my coffee.


beans and carne asada

This is just about the ugliest lunch I’ve ever had, but… I had to take a photo. Sorry! Haha. I had a small bowl of beans with carne asada before I left Mom & Dad’s house. All homemade 🙂


breakfast burrito

Not too long after the beans (maybe 2 hours) I was making Marco a breakfast burrito (he sleeps late on Mondays) and discoverd that there was enough for me to have one some too. So, I enjoyed an afternoon meal with him before getting our Marriage License, running errands and going to the Gym.

healthy hits the spot instagram

Wow, that’s blurry! See it on my instagram.

After the Gym, we went swimming with our friend Rodney and I made us all dinner.


mahi mahi and flounder recipe

Harvest Grains, Baby Broccoli, Flounder, and Mahi Mahi. This was on last weeks Meal Plan, but we never got to it so it carried itself on over to this weeks Meal Plan.

Harvest Grains: cook as directed on the Trader Joe’s bag (easy!)

Baby Broccoli: sauté with small pours of water/olive oil plus minced garlic, sliced onion and sprinkled salt and pepper (I used a little bit of water and covered it to get it to steam a bit and cook through) 

Flounder: cooked as directed in the oven. Seasoned with olive oil, butter, and garlic. Heavenly! Made the mixture by mixing olive oil, then butter, and garlic in a small pot over low heat. Poured over the fish mid-way through cooking it… Smelled soooooo good. 

Mahi Mahi: seasoned the same as above on the George Forman Grill. 

Rodney told me to write that he APPROVED! Really, it’s GOOD!

Petite Treat


Finished off the last of my Talenti. Enjoyed it straight out of the container because let’s face it, the container was pretty and I was going to eat what was left. This was heavenly 🙂 I’ve babied this one container for a while now.

Alrighty y’all! Well, tonight Marco and I are having toast with split pea soup and tuna. The one that I said “don’t knock it ’til you try it!” Come back tomorrow to see what the heck I’m talking about 🙂

Love, Paige

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