Every morning I get excited to get Brooke out of her crib so I can see her morning hair. Yesterday morning was actually pretty tame compared to normal.
I had the breakfast of champions. Cinnamon toast crunch. Speaking of cinnamon toast, my dad actually does make the best cinnamon toast ever. He knows the perfect ratios.
Bowl one of two because it really is impossible to have just one bowl.
Then we got ready real quick for church.
Yes, I do get jealous of Brooke getting all of the attention.
Billy and I fueled during church with tootsie rolls. I think I may take a few of these out this morning for my 4 mile run…. don’t want to have my glycogen levels get too low and then hit the wall.
When we got home we had leftover burgers from Saturday night and then we almost suffered from heat stroke in our apartment. We are both too stubborn to turn on the air conditioning. That money could go towards more important things like a fancy anniversary dinner this week at the cheesecake factory and splurging on getting an appetizer AND dessert with our meals.
We decided we needed to go out and enjoy the weather for a walk on the trail in our cool tank tops.
I think our walk outside put Billy in a healthy mood because when we got home he started making the most delicious salmon (we buy ours frozen from Costco), quinoa and sautéed spinach. It almost felt too healthy.
My running mileage is picking up slowly but surely. My running coach says he has a ‘method to his madness.’ His method = don’t build up mileage/speed so quickly that you reinjure yourself. I have never tried this method before. My method after an injury was always see how many miles I can fit in the week after my injury heals.
I am up to four days of running a week. I like the sounds of that and before you know it it will be five and then six… right coach?
How many days a week are you running on average? Do you wish it could be more?
Last really ‘healthy’ thing that you ate?
Are you a fish person? Salmon?
And for the random, do you say: Soda, Pop or Coke?