So, I noticed something in class last night. I don't really go into the yoga "zone" like the teacher encourages me to. I'm not really good at meditation or anything that requires me to clear my head. I'm a thinker and I've always kind of got my wheels turning, even when I'm laying still in savasana. Last night one of the things I was thinking about, especially towards the end of class, was dinner! I basically mapped out the whole plan in my head before I got home.
I took a flat-out wrap (can you tell I'm trying to eat through a package of these right now?) and spread tomato sauce on it, then topped it with goat cheese, artichoke hearts, tomato, and spinach. Baked it in the toaster oven on about 415 degrees for about 10 minutes. Wait, before I forget, I have to tell you guys something funny. I had two wraps left in the package and got one out to use. I was looking for something in the pantry and set it down and about 10 seconds later I had NO IDEA, where I had put it! I ended up using the other wrap and looking for the one I had initially gotten out for no less than 10 minutes before finding it in...wait for it... my saran wrap/foil drawer. Yes, inside the closed drawer. Awesome.
While that was baking, I assembled a small salad of romaine, spinach, artichoke hearts, olives, feta, and chick peas, with balsamic (yes, I eat this salad a lot!).
Here was my "pizza" after I got it out of the oven.
Mmmmm. I ended up cutting it in half and kind of rolled it up to eat it. It was quite messy, but totally delicious. I loved the goat cheese.
So, yoga people, are you like me and still do lots of thinking while you practice your yoga or do clear your head and go into the zone? I'm curious if I'm alone or not here...