Wednesday, February 17, 2010

I'm starving.

I'm sitting here long-term piece on Lubec's fishermen is almost complete, there is a second story about the Port of Eastport and a third about migrant labor....and I am starving. At 6:30 I had a cup of coffee and two pieces of rye toast.

I had an iced coffee about noon.

See? This is the problem with working at home. I get so busy that suddenly I'm hearing my stomach rumble louder than Mount St. Helens and I've missed lunch and it is still three hours until dinner time....

Normally I would go scavenging for something quick: candy, snacks, a bowl of cereal, some noodles, or my very most favorite: a bag of Smartfood.

Okay, you've talked me out of it. I'm going to take the high road here and make a quick salad.
Then I'm going to Helen's tonight and stuff myself with a steak.

Oh yeah - rewards.


Tatersmama said...

I do the same thing around here. That's why I always end up eating a salad around 2 o'clock, rather than raid the kids lunch boxes! lol! (I always make a big salad for dinner the night before, so I graze on leftovers. ;-)

Lili said...

I hate it when I forget to eat! LOL!


i am the same way - when so intensely focused on a project. everything else fades into oblivion. i am trying to be good and have foods prepped ahead of time when i have marathon sessions in the studio.

hey - i have the BEST vegan ceasar salad dressing recipe (about 20 cals per tablespoon)...will make you crave that healthy salad everyday!!! interested? no anchovies.

Elenka said...

Good grief...let me think....nope, I've never missed a meal because I was working too hard....especially at HOME! You are one dedicated professional! (This is not to say I don't work hard, I'm just constantly aware of when meal, snack and pigout time arrives.)

Libby's Library said...

I do the same darn thing:-(
FYI - one of my daughters was born the morning the Mount St. Helen's "Blew"! No...we didn't same her Helen.