Preheat oven to 400 degrees.  Put 1/2 cup of pizza sauce on pita.

Put on 1/4 ounce of baby pepperoni (truth be told, I could have left them off – I hardly tasted them!)

Put on any veggie – mine was a 1/2 cup of baby spinach mix:

an ounce of cheese! 😀

Crack on egg on and season with crushed red pepper:

Bake for 10 minutes for a tender (not runny) yolk –  probably around 7 minutes if you like a runny yolk.

Delicious!  Breakfast was 435 calories.

While the pizza was in the oven I made the lasagna – a few adjustments though – I only used 8 lasagne noodles and only 8 ounces of sausage.  I also used Tony’s marinara sauce he made but I made a fatal flaw.  Since his sauce was already well seasoned, I was still following PW’s recipe and added more salt – she used canned tomatoes – so the end result, while still edible, was really salty.

I had to work out earlier yesterday, so I ended up doing a 5k on the treadmill!  With a 2 minute warm up walking, I did it in 41 minutes – not too bad!

Lunch was chicken tacos!  You can never go wrong with Mexican!!   I had two corn tortillas, 4 ounces of chicken breast, 1/2 an avocado, 1/4 cup black beans. 2 ounces red pepper, 1/2 ounce of cheese and fresh fruit on the side.  Lunch was 594 calories.

I love how colorful my lunch is!!

love the fresh jalapeno too!

I fixed a side salad for my dinner – I think I am going to make a salad at least a few times a week just to get extra veggies in.  I was the only one who had a salad – I was out of iceburg and that’s the only lettuce Tony and Hannah will eat.

The lasagna after being baked 40 minutes from the fridge:  Dinner was 521 calories.

So other than being too salty, it was pretty good!

Proud Momma moment!  I got this letter in the mail yesterday.  Hannah has maintained a 4.2 GPA all year!

While they thank the parents for their supportive role (while we are supportive!) I haven’t helped Hannah with homework since about the 4th grade, and probably haven’t helped her with math since 3rd grade!  I am so proud of her.  She wants to go into speech pathology – does anyone know anything about that field and any good colleges?  She is planning on going to community college the first two years to get her core classes out of the way, but we need to start planning ahead.  Any info would be appreciated! 😀

Stats for Wednesday:  41 minute 5k on treadmill

Off to work I go!  See you tomorrow! 😀