When I was a little girl, my moma cleaned houses on the other side of the river from our little two-stoplight town. Back then, she was a young girl, just a little older than me, who was still trying to figure out what she wanted to do with her life. I realize that now, but to me, she was just my beautiful, young moma with all the answers already figured out. In the summer when I wasn't in school, she'd take me with her while she cleaned. Alot of those days, she'd make me fried bologna sandwiches for lunch.
That's her cooking our last dinner when we went home to Indiana earlier this month.
This was the lowest calorie bologna I've ever seen at 50 cals per slice. I don't eat perfect everyday, but I try to stay balanced. I had my bologna on a toasted whole wheat sandwich thin. I paired my sammy with an organic apple and some "tommy toe" tomatoes, as my grandpa calls them.
My lunch shared the kitchen table with my space heater and my second laptop. Yes, I'm just that busy. I need TWO computers going.
I enjoyed a new book with my lunch.
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