Three different restaurants in one day, now that is an accomplishment. The first restaurant was to go hang out with my favorite Utah running girls at Costa Vida. I didn’t eat there because I had a second lunch to go to at a crepe restaurant that I really wanted to try out.
It is a very good thing that I never knew about this Crepe Cafe when I lived here because I would have sold all of our possessions to afford bfast, lunch and dinner at this establishment.
I went here with the directors of the She Runs Retreat and we talked all about the weekend and about how we could live off of these crepes and soup. I had the chicken, bacon and grilled tomato crepe drizzled in ranch with the best tomato basil soup ever.
Brooke and I then went and hung out at my best friend’s (since the 4th grade!) house.
I think the last week of partying and running all around the state of Utah finally hit me and Brooke because we both came home and crashed for a good long nap.
I knew that I only had one more opportunity to eat at Cafe Rio before I left. It was bittersweet. I had the steak salad with my mom and dadio. PS my sister told me that Curly (my niece) was telling a lady about her aunt Janae and the way that she described me was that my hair is always in a ponytail… pretty darn accurate.
I always wonder what Brooke is looking at.
After dinner I went to my brother-in-laws gymnastic gym to get Brooke started at a very young age.
Her favorite were the rings
But she also really got into her balance beam routine.
I impressed everyone with my roundoff back handspring double back tuck.
Maybe I should stick to running.
Best crepe you have ever had?
Are you a nap taker? Do you like naps or do they just make you feel more tired than you were before you took the nap?
Any other ‘pony tail every day of their life’ people like me?
How many miles are on your schedule today?