Riddle: How long does it take to get from San Jose, California to Salt Lake City, Utah via airplane?
Answer: 6 hours:) We will forgive you Southwest for making us wait on the runway for a year or so, I guess there was bad weather or something silly like that that they didn’t want to fly through.
At least I packed 3 days worth of food for Brooke. She was just kicking back with her feet up on the tray eating her cut up grapes.
I managed to remember Brooke’s food but somehow forgot to pack mine so I grabbed a burrito at the airport. This may look like an ordinary burrito but it was not. I will now only fly out of the San Jose airport so that I can get one of these each time I go. It had chicken, bbq sauce, so much guacamole I thought they were going to charge me extra, salsa and lettuce.
I had the apple later on when I got hungry again and I have come to realize that apples somehow make me hungrier than I was before I ate the apple. They also always get stuck in my permanent bottom retainer (I am sure you really wanted to know that).
We scored an entire row of seats to ourselves. It is going to be a very sad day when Brooke turns 2 and I have to pay for her plane ticket.
Once Brooke fell asleep I brought out a book that I stole from my cousin’s car as she was dropping me off at the airport (I forgot to bring one) and so far I really like it (please note I pretty much love every book/movie/tv show that I read/watch. I am very easily entertained but so far I am LOVING the main character).
The best part of the flight was meeting a girl name Katie and her family…she is a runner originally from Utah that moved to California for her husband to go to law school and he now works as a lawyer… we obviously had a few things in common to talk about.
I got home and my dad was waiting there with a fresh bowl of cantaloupe for me. I have never seen my dad this skinny in my entire life. He is doing incredible. He has lost 50 lbs in 25 weeks. It makes me so happy to see him living such a healthy lifestyle! He walks about 4 miles a day now and tracks everything he eats. (PS I don’t know why their kitchen looks yellow in this picture, it isn’t)
They taught me a fancy new corn cooking technique. Wrap your corn in a paper towel, get it wet and stick it in the microwave for just 4 minutes. So easy and it tasted amazing, just like if I would have boiled it.
I had mine with a chicken breast and grapes.
Time to get some fartleks done.
What type of run do you have today on the agenda? Easy, speed, tempo, hills, long, progression, make it up as you go?
What book are you reading right now? Do you recommend it?
Green grapes or red grapes?
My dad does read the blog (and comments) every day so feel free to tell him congrats:)