Slice Count: 8 (1 very large leftover Village bakery veggie slice + 2 medium Domino's slices + 4 small slices of Village Bakery meat & veggie pizza, aka 2/3 of the pizza + 1 slice dessert pizza)
Weight: 135 lbs (different scale at the doctor)
Blood Pressure: 121/58 (idk why the diastolic was lower than usual)
Exercise: 20 minutes of swimming + lifting a very large rice cabinet and massive boxes of raw chicken for work (that counts as exercise, yeah?)
How I feel generally: Good but a little lightheaded/weird from the vaccines. That always happens to me. Still looking forward to pizza meals though, so that's good. My teammate pointed out to me that I kept saying I was tired in this section and I realize it's because I was always writing it just before going to bed, so of course I was tired. I'll try to give a better overview of how I felt the whole day.
How my tummy feels: pretty good (maybe a little backed up from all the cheese - I take back what I said about regularity yesterday, although my friend with GI tract issues taught me that regularity is not referring to the frequency of bowel movements, but rather the consistency of bowel movements. There is your disgusting fact of the day)
Extras: One coffee, one boba tea (oolong milk tea with pearls - yum), a sliver of my roommate's cake.
Ahhh. April 25th.
"Miss Rhode Island, describe your idea of a perfect date."
"That's a tough one. I'd have to say April 25th. Because it's not too hot, not too cold. All you need is a light jacket!"
- Miss Congeniality
This morning I went to the doctor to get my vaccinations and medicine for the Nicaragua trip. They weighed me and took my blood pressure, so I recorded that above. My dear friend and labmate brought her famous lemon cookie in gigantic cookie form to make a fruit pizza this morning! It was a lemon cookie crust with a glaze, topped with kiwi. Gorgeous and delicious. I also ate leftover Village Bakery veggie pizza and the Domino's I ordered last night. In the evening, after triathlon practice, I went to Village Bakery pizza (the other location in Davis) with some of my soccer teammates.
Molly is a fourth-year Ph.D. Candidate in Food Science, specializing in Sensory Science. In her free time, she enjoys conducting strange food experiments on herself, musing about graduate school, anything involving exercise and sports, friends, and PIZZA.