Breakfast: some leftover pasta with sauce and broccoli, bit of coconut milk "ice cream."
My kid does not want to go to school today, feeling overwhelmed and weirded out by most people's lack of response to their Facebook post of yesterday. They beg to stay home, I let them. I offer to take them out to lunch. We go to my restaurant, where my kid flushes with joy when I introduce her to one of my coworkers as "my kid" instead of "my daughter." Whoops, I said "her." She says this will not offend her, but it is a nice show of solidarity if I try to use "they." Will practice more.
Lunch: I have coffee, mung bean pancakes and a "fruity delight" sushi roll, which contains strawberry, pineapple, and kiwi today. My kid has mandoo, 2 egg rolls, a burdock sushi roll, and a green tea milkshake. They have underestimated how much food this is (kid is still a kid, whatever their gender) and take one of the egg rolls home for later. We buy some chips and pirate booty for later too.
Dinner: this was, as previously mentioned, a day of planned dissolution, even though it did not actually unfold as planned. However, in keeping with its spirit, I did not wish to cook, and husband and I ordered Domino's, even though I had no particular hankering for pizza. One sausage-and-mushroom pizza, and one chicken-and-roasted red pepper. Since temporarily-vegetarian kid was not home, we could have meat. Damn this kid is complicated lately.
Snacks: 3 other cups of coffee, 1 regular, 2 decaf, with half and half. Lots of Jelly-Bellies, some in the morning before kid is up, and some in the late afternoon after they leave for Dad's house. Small bag of chips while kid and I watch TV together in the afternoon (kid said: "Can we just spend low-quality time together?" We could).
Breakfast (6:30 am, before work): 2 slices leftover pizza, one of each flavor.
Lunch (brought home from work, 3:15): Sandwich with turkey, bacon, avocado, lettuce, tomato, and kimchi mayo on ciabatta roll; bag of potato chips; small packet of Jelly Bellies.
Shopping (Co-op): lip balm, cage-free brown eggs, prepared chicken curry and rice from local Indian restaurant, prepared rainbow sushi roll, shaving cream, bag of dry cat food, organic whole milk, organic lactose-free 1% milk, mini pull-apart challah rolls, organic half and half, quart of Brown Cow vanilla cream-top yogurt, 2 individual Liberte yogurts, Equal Exchange decaf coffee. $73.
Dinner: the rainbow sushi roll I bought at the Co-op. My husband had chicken curry.
Snacks: 4 cups of coffee, 2 regular, 2 decaf, with half and half. A few spoonfuls of milkshake at work.