8 miles to finish off the week at 30.75 miles. Right about where I am hoping to stick until Boston training begins. Only one pump class this last week but I did do squats every day so that has to count for something.
Winter with a 2 year old = lots of time at indoor play places. After my run we met my mom for some oatmeal and we got to talk while Brooke played. People gave me the weirdest stares because I was in shorts but I was wearing them because I ran on the treadmill. I would so much rather endure a few minutes of being frozen walking from my car to the gym than an hour+ of dying from heatstroke while running on the treadmill in anything but shorts.
Let’s rewind to when I first woke up. Nothing like a little ink/stamp transfer from your hand to your face while you are asleep. Yeah, that took a long time to get off.
Many many hours later and I got the Brookers all ready for bed and put her down at my mom’s house so I could go out.
We made homemade pizza. The mozzarella that we used was out of this world good. We topped the pizza dough with olive oil and garlic and baked it for a few minutes. We then topped it with jalapeños, parsley, green onions, tomatoes, mozzarella, salt and pepper.
And then avocado after we took it out of the oven. Heaven. Plus some Blood Orange Pellegreno.
If you are looking for a fun game, this is the one to play.
Nope, I will never get sick of this show. Ever.
Lots of fun races going on this weekend including the Las Vegas RNR! The only race I have ever done at night. It is such a fun race (I did the 1/2) but I felt sick pretty much every step of the race. I thought the reason that I felt so awful was because I ate pancakes drizzled with chocolate syrup and chocolate chips right before the race… But it really was because I was pregnant with Brooke and had no idea!
PS the winner of the Ray-Ban Giveaway:
Ever done a race that was at night? How did you like it?
One show that you will never get sick of?
Any good board game recommendations?
What was your mileage last week?