Well, I did it. I knew I shouldn't have done it. They always tell you not to do it. But I did it.
I went grocery shopping when I was hungry.
In my defense, we had nothing to eat for dinner outside of cereal and fake eggs, and we absolutely could not go out for dinner because the NBA finals were on. It was game five, a really important game. Recording the game and watching it later was not an option. Every restaurant would definitely televise the game in their bar area that we would obviously be seated near and we were nervous that the patrons would blurt out a score and/or do a play-by-play. I had to go to the store. And I was hungry.
Before I even got out of the "seasonal" aisle, (it's like aisle 1 in every store) I had devoured a container of tuna/avocado sushi. Don't ask how many pieces were in the container. I assume it was fresh. I then passed three or four different displays for a Father's Day barbecue, because evidently that's what you're supposed to do on Father's Day, and that meant I saw a lot of snacks that involved way too many carbs and fat for my current body. Didn't stop me, though! I picked up a bag or orange puffy things and literally ate them til I was sick. Not sick of eating them...literally sick. I would have finished the bag just for the closure alone.
The photo above is a partial picture of my grocery cart. That wasn't the final look, though. Oh, and what's the flowered item that you see in the lower right hand portion of the photo? That would be a really cute apron I decided I just couldn't live without. I do not cook nearly enough to justify an apron like that, but it was really cute, albeit something I should be able to easily sew if I knew how to do that.