So as part of the joys of life is adapting right? Dealing with changes as they happen. Well here is a new on for me. The commissary no longer carries my yogurt. Instead they have replaced it with a brand that is in German. I have no clue about it and the nutritional facts seem to lack as well as the ingredients. So I will be buying my yogurt off the economy which sucks because that means an atm fee and more money coming out due to the euro being more then the dollar. Joys. The only other yogurt they have there has aspartame so I will not get that one.
I also went to get my Flax Cereal I was telling you about that I add to my yogurt. Well they are currently out. I tell you I felt like screaming. So I decided to try another box of oats.
I like it but I am missing the other box. I guess I enjoyed my flax plus more then I thought.
My friend received some bad news and might have to get job right now. We go to the gym together but now that might not happen. Chris's car is over heating so he is using mine which means I am again with no car until they allow him time to take his car.
I am starting to really get frustrated because just when things were starting to look up I might have to stop going to they gym until I get my car back. The joys of A) The Army & B) Living in a country where the people freak out if they work more then 6 hours a day so nothing is open by the time my husband gets off.
Sorry to vent. I just really enjoy the gym that much and when I can't get there I get frustrated.
OK so I am having an issue with eating out. Does anyone have any suggestions? I know to stay away from things covered in sauce but what do you do when you get a menu in all German with a waiter that knows JUST enough English to get your order & that is pushing it. This is my life for the next 2 years and I want to try new places. This weekend we are thinking about trying a Thai place. Any suggestions would be great....
"Society may predict, but only I can determine my destiny." -Clair Oliver