Running just didn’t happen this morning. I decided that Brooke and I needed to go up north first thing to go to the aviary (aka Brooke’s idea of Disneyland. I am positive that she actually liked this place more than she would like Disneyland).
She ran around from exhibit to exhibit calling every bird a duck while also jumping and squealing at the same time.
The Golden Eagles were my fave.
And the peacock that followed us everywhere was Brooke’s favorite. I think we need to get a season pass to this place because I have never seen this kiddo more excited about anything than she was over the birds.
Welcome to the world’s easiest lunch (don’t worry, I did take the time to heat up the soup). I was hungry and needed food fast.
After lunch we took a cupcake to Rachelle for her birthday. Brooke was a little hesitant about giving it away. I completely understand.
And I couldn’t not get one of these while I was at the Sweet Tooth Fairy.
I have approximately 65 minutes left of Brooke napping and so I am trying to convince myself to get my run in. I lose any and all motivation to run anytime past 9 a.m. I am hoping my lucky socks and the Ravenna 5s will get me moving.
Getting out the door and the first 10 minutes is always the hardest part… once I get going I am always happy that I am running.
What time of day is it easiest for you to go run? Hardest time of day to get yourself out to run?
What type of running shoe do you use… neutral, stability, lightweight, trail? What have you found works best for you?
Compression socks—> do you ever use them?
Monday lover or hater?