Yesterday morning I taught my spin class and then dropped my mom off at the airport. Brooke and I were both in mourning after saying goodbye to her and so I waited to get my 5 miles in until 2 pm (Brooke’s afternoon nap).
The large fan that I put right next to my face (probably dangerously too close) was the only thing that allowed me to actually survive the heat….and listening to ‘Hot In Here’ helped a little bit too. Seriously, you runners that are forced to run in heat and humidity every day are my heroes, I want your autograph. (PS if you are a newish reader my treadmill is out on our deck because we live in a tiny apartment so it doesn’t fit inside:)
Brooke and I had been adventured out from the last few weeks so we stayed home all day, played and ate popsicles (Brooke’s are just water…they are saving her during this teething time).
Dinner was really extra good. Red Robin has delicious burgers and the fact that they come with bottomless fries really just makes it the perfect place to go on a Friday night.
I had the bbq burger and the little fried onion straws on the bottom of the burger should be added to every burger/sandwich/salad and anything else I ever eat again.
Remember how I told you that Brooke growls? I haven’t really caught it on video yet but at least now you can visualize her facial expression when she is growling at me:
I am not a very organized person. At all. EXCEPT with my running stuff and I get very excited to set all of my stuff out and have it all organized every night before I run so that when the alarm clock goes off I have everything ready to go.
Wearing my lucky speedy yellow shirt for this morning’s run.
What is your Saturday morning run? Anyone racing this weekend?
Do you set out your running gear the night before you run or just get it all together in the morning?
Are you forced to run during the heat or humidity often? How hot?
Red Robin—> Ever been there? What do you order there?