Did I tell you that I blow-dry (on low and cool) Brooke’s hair? She sits there perfectly as I do it. I wash her hair 7 times more per week than I wash my hair (don’t do the math, you will think less of me). Her hair is just way more fun to style and play with.
We had to get Brooke all ready because she had some very important people to meet for her first time ever.
Pam suggest that we go to a new place called Pieology and I am so thankful she did, it was a winner. It was kind of like Subway for pizzas. You go through the line and tell them exactly what you want on your pizza and it was pretty cheap ($7.50) for a big pizza and unlimited toppings.
I went with the bbq chicken style of pizza.
Billy went for the ham and pineapple theme (he admitted that my pizza was better, I take my food decision quite seriously).
Pam also ordered a round of the most delicious cinnamon sugar bread sticks. I secretly wish I ordered that glaze on my personal pizza instead of the bbq sauce.
After dinner we walked around the Spectrum and the kids went on the carousel (Brooke was sleeping and Billy wouldn’t let me wake her up so that I could take her on it because he knew I was wanting to go on it for my own selfish reasons).
We got hot chocolate too because it was a freezing 50 degrees out… ps in case you are wondering my thumb is not broken.
I really love hanging out with bloggers and other running obsessed individuals.
I am really excited about this new book. Pam has been telling me about this new plan/method that she has been using for her training and it sounds like it is exactly what I am wanting to use. I found my training plan.
I just wanted to prepare you for the next few months of the new book that I will be talking non-stop about.
Where do you get your training plans from? Has anyone else read this book?
How long does it take you to blow-dry your hair? On average how many times a week do you wash it?
Is anyone going to watch The Biggest Loser this season (it starts on Sunday)? What shows are you into lately?