This is the second time I have been on tv…the first time was when I was interviewed in Canada.
The cutest Catey and I had the coolest experience yesterday! Inside Edition is doing a special all about pregnant runners and so we ran for them and answered some questions about how running has been going for us while pregnant.
Are you ready to be inspired? Catey is due in ONE WEEK with baby #9 and she is still CRUISING. She is so strong, determined and beautiful. I hope hope hope hope I will be running like her at 39 weeks.
Some of the questions included things about what other people say/think about me continuing to run, how it feels to run pregnant, what my doctor says about my running and why I am so crazy.
After running around in the 93 degree weather the Billster and I headed over to Costco. On the way to my parent’s house somebody (I won’t name any names) made a sharp turn and our beautiful eggs broke in my car. Luckily only 3 made it to the floor but we (Billy) scrubbed it all out.
A few of the eggs got onto the driveway and so we had to use the hose to rinse it off and then this happened:
Billy came up with a brilliant strategy to use the children to block the water.
They weren’t allowed back in until they dried off in the sun. This is the longest that I have ever seen those kiddos sit still.
Everyone had ham and brown rice for dinner but I just couldn’t eat it for some reason and so I whipped up some thick carby goodness. I am becoming very high maintenance about my food… must be a joy to be around me.
Note to self: Anytime I get sad or I am in a bad mood just look at this picture (not just because of the ice cream but because of those smiling faces).
Dessert was delicious and we all lived happily ever after.
NEW HRG BABY POST HERE!!!!
Have you ever been on tv?
-Whenever I see a news camera I try to walk back and forth in the background as many times as possible until they get mad at me.
Do you like to lay out in the sun or do you get bored?
-I used to enjoy it but now I get bored too fast unless I have a really good book, fun people to talk to or a ginormous ice cream cone to keep me occupied.
What temperature is your limit when it comes to running in the heat?
What do you think when you see a pregnant runner running? Do you know of people that think it is dangerous? Do people ever try to convince you that running is bad for knees/joints/etc?