5 miles that felt like death with a side of heavy wind. 2 miles @ 8:00, 2 miles @ 6:50, 1 mile @ 9:00. Man, I better feel like myself again on Monday. Special request to any of you reading this right now—> cross all of your fingers and toes that I will be fully recovered by Monday. OR if you have some sort of good luck charm that has worked for you in the past, please FedEx it to me so that I can have a chance to use it.
I’m doing a thumbs down in the picture below and I am telling you this because when I pulled it up on my computer to blog it took me a minute to remember what I was attempting to do in this picture.
My view while typing this. I think it might be time to update our family photo, the one below is from 1994 and there have been a few additions… like 19 grandkids.
I just saw this on Candice’s Instagram. I think they nailed it:
You wouldn’t believe how many shoe selfies I have of the two of us on my iPhone. It brings me more joy than it probably should.
Little man is dressed as a football and smiling like usual today.
Bath time is probably Brooke’s favorite time of the entire day.
I had an intense craving for chicken noodle soup. It was so intense that nothing could stop me from obtaining a bowl.
How Brooke decided to pose when I pulled out the camera and she stayed frozen like this for a good 20 seconds.
An amazing reader and fellow dessert lover sent me some of her favorite spots in Boston for treats! I wanted to share them with you guys too!
Flour Bakery has a shop close to the finish line. Joanne Chang is the owner and she has a few cookbooks out. It’s yummy. Georgetown cupcakes also has a shop close to the finish line. (Not ‘local’, but good, nonetheless.) Petsi Pies in Somerville is delightful. I’m a huge fan of their apple crumb pie and their brownies are worth it. There are famous donuts from Union Square Doughnut in Somerville. Kane’s in Saugus is a famous donut spot, too. (Really good!). JP Licks has great ice cream. The North End has great cannoli (Mike’s Pastry Or Modern Pastry). Boston Cream Pie (really cake) was created at the Parker House Hotel. The Buttery in the South End also has great desserts. I like some of the baked goods from Rosie’s bakery. The SoWa market should be open that weekend and they have great stands and food trucks. I like the Tramisu at Scampo, if that’s your thing. Tremont 647 has great banana pudding. Lulu’s in the North End also has yummy cupcakes. The desserts at Alden and Harlow in Harvard Square are good. The make a ridiculous buckle
72 degrees today and snow tomorrow. That sounds normal.
I’ll be taking over the Women’s Running Instagram account on Saturday! Make sure to follow along!!
Loved Kara’s guide to Boston. I’m not going to know what to read about/research about/obsess about once Boston is over.
What are some of your Tuesday tangents??
Who has some tasty Boston recommendations for us?
What things do you find yourself reading the most about on the internet?
Last craving for something that you had and did you fulfill the craving?