I made it to NYC safe and sound (so stop worrying mom) and everything has been perfect. PS before reading this post I should warn you that I am writing from my iPad so just go into this knowing there will be major grammar/spelling errors:)
After a quick change at the hotel we headed over to the Brooks Run Happy event. PPS isn’t their slogan perfect….they not only focus on having incredible products for runners but making sure we are happy as we run. Judging by the fact that I usually get bugs stuck in my teeth when I run because I am smiling so big, I love this theme. Don’t run sad.
We got to learn all about their products and I loved their NightLife products! They want to make sure that we are seen and safe when we are running at night, dusk or dawn!
Give that jacket to me now.
Purple and a ponytail hole in the hood!!!!
Just playing around with science stuff. Don’t be too jealous Billy.
Hello beautiful Glycerins.
I would like you to meet my next pair of shoes. Don’t tell me that you don’t have a list taped to your bedroom wall with the next ten pairs or shoes that you want on it too.
I think Theodora won… I let her;)
We also got to choose a new running playlist to take home with us.
How could I forget about these? I had at least 38 or these little hor dourves. Fancy people food is delicious but it takes eating a lot of them to notice you have eaten anything.
The event ended at 8 and Meghann, Jenn, Theodora, Jess and I went on a hunt for food.
We ended up at a BBQ joint…mmmm messy food. I had some brisket, 2 pork ribs and of course Mac and cheese.
It is late and the baby is kicking like crazy (she clearly loves Mac and cheese) and I am laying in a big comfy bed watching America’s Best Dance Crew, time for bed!
Hello, belly button.
I haven’t had a bagel yet which is really hurting my heart. That just means I have to eat three for breakfast this morning.
Do you have a tv in your bedroom?
– No, but I love having one in hotels right by my bed!
If you have a blog where do you usually blog?
– On my couch with the computer on the coffee table.
Do you have night running gear? Do you need it or do you only run when it is light out?
Do you ever eat at BBQ joints? What do you get there?