Other than a massive headache, it went okay.
I’m not sure whether the headache was due to lack of caffeine, lack of sugar, too much Angry Birds on my iphone, or an act of God, but I couldn’t make it to choir last night and only managed to watch two episodes of Weeds and one of Mad Men before retiring to the kitchen sofa with a book and promptly falling asleep.
Here’s how the food portion of my day went:
Breakfast: two scrambled eggs, two mini cucumbers, two large black plums, tea with honey
Lunch: tuna salad with real mayo (no dairy) and pickle relish, two plums, two mini cucumbers
Snack: cashews and raisins
Cocktail: arak with water
Dinner: large spicy sausage with mustard, steamed broccoli with dijon-honey dressing, strawberries, two plums, plain tea
Snack: mixed nuts
My digestive system has felt a bit wonky, but better this morning.
I also decided that I’d make coffee and drink it black, because I have a meeting this afternoon and didn’t want to risk another headache. I actually quite enjoyed the coffee and realised that I’m not ready to give it up, even without cream.
This morning, I made a mushroom and two-egg omelette, and had an orange and two cups of java. Larabars look suitable for the diet, so I’m going to start carrying a couple in my bag for those times I need to eat and suitable fare isn’t available. And a bag of plain, raw almonds.
I’m off to Canadians Connected 2010 this afternoon down at the Westin Harbor Castle. It’s a Symposium and the AGM for CIRA (Canadian Internet Registration Authority), of which I am a member, owning a couple of .ca domains. Terry O’Reilly and Mitch Joel are two of the speakers and it should be an interesting afternoon. Hashtag is #cira2010 for those of you on twitter and interested.