Started off the morning with some church stuff with the SIL.
Please tell me that we actually look like real sisters. PS she is due in just 4 more weeks.
Her favorite donut shop just happened to be down the street from where we were so we popped in for a quick dozen.
A look of joy that only a box of donuts can bring you.
FYI we learned the hard way this morning that it is not fun to clean donuts off of a carseat.
When we got home it was about 10 a.m.and I had a 45 minute run on the schedule. There was no way I was going to get up and run at 4 in the morning to fit it in before we left so running in 97 degrees was my only option.
5.3 miles in 45 minutes which was around an 8:30 average pace.
I actually don’t think I have ever ran in 90 degree weather before so it was definitely a hard run for me. Throughout the run I kept repeating my new mantra: ‘I CAN do hard things.’ We just have to train those brains of ours to look at hard runs as a challenge to take head on rather than thinking they are something that we can’t possibly do. We are capable of so much more than we think and we have proven it to ourselves in the past that we can do hard things so you know you can do it again.
I came home and my face was the same color as my shirt and for some reason my left eye didn’t want to open all of the way.
Brooke is showing you her art work that she is very proud of.
Pool directly after a hot run…. living the dream.
In California I had a Chipotle 1 mile away from my apartment and in Utah it is about 30 minutes away so I have to take advantage of the one near my SIL’s house as much as possible before I go back to Utah.
And now it is time for my apple fritter (I made at least one really good decision today and I didn’t eat my donut right before I ran…I am learning).
What is the hottest temperature you have ever ran in? What time is the earliest that you have ever gone for a run?
What is your chipotle order?
Anyone have a September birthday? What day!?