You know your long run is off to a good start when you don’t even realize that you are running until mile 4. Our conversation was too entertaining to even notice that we were running.
Isn’t it crazy how much training for long distances changes our perspective… two months ago 14 miles sounded like a crazy long run to me and yesterday it felt almost normal? Running messes up our brains in a good way and we are hooked.
The canyon in October is the best.
After a quick wardrobe change (I wouldn’t wish having to stay in your sweaty running clothes when it is cold outside on anyone) we drove up to SLC for the Hit and Run 5k. It was beyond fun and I will have a full recap up in a few hours. PS for some reason my niece was camera shy all of the sudden.
I came home and made a turkey sandwich, got to go do some church things, cleaned my car out and tried to keep as busy as possible (it is beyond weird for me to not be chasing around a 1 year old all day ((that is my favorite way to spend the day)) until dinner with the girls at Guru’s.
Vegetable burrito and sweet potato fries… between those two things I must have had at least 10 servings of vegetables:)
And I got to snuggle baby Ford, we bonded big time last night.
A girls’ night without a trip to The Chocolate would just be wrong.
Just trying to make the picture more interesting by holding up the cakes. Megan and Candice!
3 inch deep cookie right out of the oven topped with vanilla ice cream really is the way to go.
Hope you are having a great Sunday. I am going to see if I still know how to sleep in this morning. I have a feeling I am going to be really successful.