Somebody said the word ‘nacho’ about two weeks ago in front of me and ever since then I have not been able to get the idea of the beautiful creation of nachos out of my mind.
I sliced up two sweet potatoes and put some olive oil and garlic salt on them and baked them for 40 minutes at 425 degrees. Topped them with black beans, corn, sharp cheddar cheese and put them back in the oven for 5 minutes and then topped them with tomatoes and avocado. It really was one of the best dinners I have had in a long time and it will be my new go to meal. If you like nachos, you have to try these. I want to add chicken and roasted red peppers next time… also I forgot to top it with my plain greek yogurt and I want to next time.
I have been having jamba juice more in the last little while than I have my entire life… it is because of this Isis coupon… a free smoothie EVERY DAY until Dec. 31st, kind of the coolest thing ever.
I had the all-fruit peach one and drinking a smoothie while sitting on the grass on a summer night is the way to go.
After Easter I put Brooke’s basket away and forgot all about it and where I even put it. Somehow this little girl found it and I caught her red-jelly-bean-handed.
Kind of a beautiful sky last night.
All morning I have been really doubting myself about this marathon I am doing on Saturday. Between 5 weeks off of road running because of my quad, shin splints and giardia (please never get giardia, it is pretty much the worst) during this training cycle… I have been super worried about even being able to finish the thing. I have been doubting my training and while it hasn’t been perfect, I know that I can finish this marathon (unless I drop out because of my leg).
Once you have done the training, there is no point in doubting yourself or worrying (easier said than done right;). Doubting and worrying is not going to get you anywhere, if anything it is going to hold you back. SOOOOO for the next few days until race day it is time to stop worrying and doubting and it is time to believe in myself!
PS I love this article about the marathon by Dean Karnazes:
It has been 2.5 years since my last marathon and I am really looking forward to crossing that finish line and knowing that I CAN!
I hope your Wednesday is off to a good start!
Fill me in on what is going on with you lately!!!!