I found a place that is actually comfortable on dry land. It took me 20 minutes to be able to get out of the foam pit but it was totally worth it to be so comfortable for a little while.
After an exciting night of trampolines (don’t worry mom, I only did a few back flips on the tramp) and balance beams we were starving. The group decided on Wendy’s and this is what happened when I was trying to get a beautiful shot of my potato and chili.
The second the camera comes out she gets in front of the lens. I am actually helping her to design her own blog and it should be up in a few weeks, you can read all about her latest fitness routines and her obsession with chicken nuggets and honey-nut cheerios.
While at dinner we had a long conversation about all of the myths that we were told as a kid, like the one where we were told that blood is blue when it is in our body? I was bored last night because Billy says he has to study for his multi-variable calculus final because I guess that kind of stuff is hard, so I googled all of the common myths and here are a few that I heard A LOT growing up. Click on photo for link.
Muhahaha reading this made me go into the kitchen and get some Starbursts.
Not gonna lie, I still kind of think the gum thing is true.
NOOOOOOOOOOO I am just going to pretend I didn’t read that the 5-second rule is a myth.
There goes my excuse to go without shaving my legs for 3 months at a time.
What were some of the MYTHS that you heard growing up or myths that your parents told you? What about health and fitness myths?
Do you chew gum? What is your favorite brand and flavor?
Does your significant other have a sweet tooth?