Somehow I woke up even earlier than normal to run yesterday morning. My body knew that it would melt if I waited to go running later in the day so instead I ran when the sun was rising while listening to Regina Spektor Pandora station. Talk about peaceful.
5 miles with average pace of 7:31 and when I got home I did my 8 minute abs and 8 minute arms youtube videos while watching Scrubs reruns with my brother, our favorite show to watch together.
And then we went to THE coolest park in the history of the nation (to answer your questions, yes I go to a park every day of my life and I couldn’t be happier about it:)
We rode on the train that went around the park and Brooke was a little skeptical about the whole situation. I think she likes the car better because it goes a heck of a lot faster.
And then we hung out at the splash pad.
And the carousel.
And then fed the ducks and ourselves the bread.
Dinner really does deserve its very own post because it was that amazing but I will try to give you the shortened version.
We wanted (actually needed) Oregano’s for dinner but didn’t feel like eating there because why eat at a restaurant when the living room and your pajamas are at home? Plus eating at home is a million times easier with kiddos.
Flashback Sunday (can you do flashback on a day other than Friday or is that cheating?) to the one and only time I had been to Oregano’s before last night. Billy and I came to visit my bro and his wife 3 years ago and they took us to this heavenly restaurant and I have thought about it ever since.
We had the Pablo Picasso salad (actually the best salad I have ever had… there was a separate container with the chicken and sautéed veggies).
BBQ chicken pizza. Got out my tape measurer to measure this pizza. There was an inch of pizza dough, 1/2 an inch of bbq of sauce and toppings and 4 inches of cheese. Don’t even get me started on how good the crust was.
PHOENIX PEOPLE!!! If you are interested in a meet-up then please email me so that I can get you the information!!!