Made my lunch for tomorrow
November 4, 2012 7:48pm CST
I have to volunteer at the shelter from 9am - 11am, then working 11am - 830pm. I just pcked a giant lunch and supper combo. I made chinese noodles, with soya sauce, perogies with seasoning, a couple chicken strips, strawberries cut up, raspberries, banana, and an apple. I will most likely add a couple packages of hot chocolate, nut mixes, and granola bars. I got finished work tonight, and didnt feel like cooking anything I was so tired but figured I wouldnt want to do it in the morning.
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• United States
7 Nov 12
I tend to be the kind of person that really does like to plan ahead, so I think that it is great that you were able to plan ahead and have your lunch packed ahead of time. I just really can't help but ask when you will actually have a chance to eat all of that food. I know that for me when I was working a shift that was similar to the hours that you had to work, it was rare that I would even so much as have the opportunity to eat a small snack.
7 Nov 12
We usually eat while working, in between customers. I have been doing this for years, and sometimes out of boredness I eat. I laugh at the other girl I work with she always has snacks in her apron, and will eat while cleaning, and facing away from the camera.
5 Nov 12
In a week, my wife and my child will leave for our hometown for a wedding ceremony of her nephew's , so I have asked my wife to make a lot of dumplings for me. Now they are kept in the fridge and she will make some other long-lasting food for me to eat during their absence at home with me. By then, I only have to boil or steam them. Enjoy your ready-prepared lunch tomorrow. Have a good day.
• Marion, Kansas
5 Nov 12
It always pays to plan ahead. I do not work a long enough shift to really need a meal tomorrow, but I will take coffee with me and a fresh homemade oatmeal muffin and I may also take a banana. It is easier to just go ahead and do it while you are up than to have to do it in the morning.