>My name is Callie and I’m a cheesaholic. It’s been one day since my last cheese-out.
We were invited to a Superbowl party and I was ecstatic because my friends were all vegan’s. That was going to make staying on track on one of the hardest days in the year easy, right? (My philosophy of veganism was that I was going to eat whatever I wanted on certain days of the year like Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years, birthday parties, 4th of July but I am fast realizing that American’s will find a way to make every day one of those days so I have had to shave back on my “whatever” days and the Superbowl was one of those days that didn’t make the cut.)
Well, I bought all kinds of yummy vegan food for the party. I took Izzy soda, couscous, fresh guac, humus, pita, veggies and a fruit salad. I was totally going to be the best vegan there. I walked up to the food line and my VEGAN friend had made the yummiest looking CHEESY enchiladas! What the heck?! Here I was trying to be good and we were all supposed to be vegan (except Andy and one other guy.) We were all standing around pretending like we were not eyeing the cheesy goodness but in the end, the girls demolished the CHEESY enchiladas. So much for being good but boy were they yummy. Now I have to do P90X for the whole month to make up for it but it was WORTH IT! They were AWESOME! Valentine’s Day was just stricken from the eat-whatever-you-want-day list in favor of yesterday’s fiesta. I’m going to have to wait for the girl’s birthday party to eat FROSTING! Get ready for that post. I’m sure it will be epic.
For now… bring it on Horton! I’m back on the wagon.