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All Good Things Must Come to an End

January 18th, 2008 at 10:08 am

Today, for lunch, I went to McDonald's.

I know it's bad for me, but after the scarring from last looking at my bank account balance, $2.14 for 2 double cheeseburgers for lunch seemed like fast food's gift for poor kids. Health benefits of lunch will not be discussed here - as it has been referenced in a previous (and rather popular) post. My only redeeming thought is that I went to the gym 3x this week already.

Anyways, back to the matter at hand. My dining at McDonald's has ended a streak. 8 consecutive meals were by my culinary hand, prepared lovingly in my little apartment kitchen as creative thoughts of epicurious muses rang in my being. By last night, the food supply was running quite dry, and I had to resort to bread and peanut butter. So this morning, I was rummaging away in my kitchen, realizing that 8 lunches and dinners later, I've exhausted all my food. So I came to work empty handed. It was quite a weird feeling.

So this weekend will be extremely frugal grocery shopping weekend. Yes, I will get supermarket flyers. Yes, I will use coupons. Yes, I will make a list. Just because I had McDonald's for lunch doesn't mean I've lost ALL sense. =)

3 Responses to “All Good Things Must Come to an End”

  1. denisentexas Says:

    Great post and you have a great attitude about things, George! Enjoy the shopping. Smile

  2. luxliving Says:

    Don't forget to pencil out a menu plan & double check it against recipes, flyers, and kitchen cubbies. That way you don't forget something necessary and have to make a second run to the grocery, likely causing you to fall into a fit of epicurian daydreams when you near the Gourmande section of the facilities. Wink

  3. littlemama Says:

    Sounds like you're doing great. Keep it up and keep looking at the big picture.

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