I opened my Christmas present early this year again. Because my maturity level is that of a 7 year old, I can’t wait and had to wear the coat last night. Merry Christmas to me.
Fashion blogging here I come. What I wore: Costco, costco, costco and uggs…hmmmm that might get a little old, I guess I will stick to running and food.
We had big plans (okay, we decided 4 minutes before we left) to go to Outback (yep, another gift card from the Grandma) for dinner with Billy’s bro and his wife.
We got there and there was a one hour wait on a Friday night, lame. Don’t they know I was hungry?
So, we went next door to Barnes and Noble.
I had a really hard time choosing what to read;)
(workout that I really want to do in a few weeks)
Billy and I both read Runners World. I have done a great job brain washing him these last 2.4 years to love running.
We headed back to Outback just in time for our names to be called and what a surprise…I got the same exact thing that I always get there: The side salad (this post already has too many pictures), steak, potato and 3 loaves of that bread in the back.
Thanks Billy for throwing your tomato on my potato right as I was taking the picture, really appreciate it.
It was kind of awkward when the waitress brought out that little ketchup with my meal. You know how I slather everything in ketchup? Well, that cup = the amount it takes to dip two bites of ketchup in.
All of that salt on the potato and steak made my body crave sugar. Isn’t that strange?
I am telling you, you gotta load up on the marshmallows at these ‘serve yourself’ froyo places that charge by the ounce. You can get the most amount of sugar for the least amount of cost because marshmallows don’t weigh very much but taste so good.
There were also some chocolate covered gummy bears on top of my peppermint/white chocolate/brownie/cake batter froyo.
When I have a cup of that goodness in my hand I don’t even look up (or talk) the entire time I am eating. Once I was finally finished, I looked over at Billy’s cup:
He has a thing about keeping the flavors separate. And you think I am strange?
Are you a Runner’s World reader? Do you have a subscription?
-No subscription but I usually read every month’s issue at a bookstore.
Do you have to keep your flavors separate like Billy?
-No way, they blend to be one big happy family.
Do you do progression runs? Do you ever get your workouts from magazines?