I think this is the first time I have made dinner in at least 2 months. My brain the last day of school in May: “I can’t wait to spend my days running, swimming and making Billy a delicious dinner every day this summer.” The running and swimming thing happened but the cooking did not. He has actually cooked more for me this summer because he really is so good at making macaroni, frying up our Costco pot-stickers and incredible crispy grilled cheese sandwiches.
Tonight I made what I was craving, RITZ Chicken, steamed carrots and biscuits. This chicken is not ‘healthy’ but it really is SO good. Just try it once okay? To make the chicken you melt butter and roll the chicken around in it and then roll the chicken around in a bunch of Ritz cracker crumbs. Cook for about 35 minutes at 350 degrees… I am not sure how accurate that is because our oven is from 1908 and the temperature is always off.
I hung out in my camping chair with MY FAVORITE cookies that I found in my pantry today. Frosted animal cookies and I have three more packs that I am guessing won’t last until Sunday.
I saw this on Runner’s World and it made me so sad.
I get beyond bummed out when I am injured but I can’t even imagine what elite athletes go through when they are injured. This is their career and the OLYMPICS! I sure hope that she gets feeling 100% ASAP!
Meb has also been injured and missed two weeks of training!
PS I have already warned my family/friends/anyone I know that on the day of August 5th I am completely booked and can’t do anything besides watch the Olympic Marathon and DVR it so that I can watch it over and over again all day long.
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Do you have any super easy chicken recipes?
Ever had any hip flexor/ hip injuries? How did you recover from it?
Random: How often do you wear a ponytail (other than when you are working out)?
-Now that it is so hot I am considering chopping my hair off but until then I have been wearing ponytails 6 days a week.
Favorite vegetable to steam?