WOW. Your sweet comments on the blog and my instagram yesterday were so so nice. Thank you so much. You guys are the best and I feel really lucky to have you:) A lot of people have asked how we met—> we were set up on a blind date and we clicked instantly (although, I was my normal awkward self of course for that first date and talked a million words per minute and told stories that had no relevance to anything)…. It was weird because I even told about 8 people leading up to the blind date that I had a really good feeling about this one. So yeah, that’s how it went.
PS we are both doing the Utah Valley 1/2 marathon next month (June 11th) too! The last time I did this race I did the full marathon… you may have remembered that one. I didn’t run for 1.5 months leading up to the race (I only did pool running) and then I went and did the marathon. My sister ran with me in flip flops and jeans for the last 5+ miles of the race to get me to the finish line. I LOVE this course and they put on an amazing race… just hoping I’m a little bit better trained for it this time around:) The last time I ran this 1/2 marathon I was 29 weeks pregnant with Brooke and it was one of my favorite race experiences to date… she was always the best running partner.
Okay, back from that random tangent! Yesterday was a full day of goodness.
Brookie and I had a bunch of errands to do and she got a little cut on her toe so she insisted on using the stroller which brought back fun memories of all our adventures in the stroller.
She couldn’t wear her shoe because of the minor cut either. She was sure excited to see her aunts though.
My mom came over for a little bit and she insisted that I post this picture that she took… This is how I iron when I am in a rush. Just put the ironing board under my shirt, iron and you are good to go.
At Costco my dad bought brooke the skirt that she will never ever want to take off again.
Yep, it’s not coming off for awhile.
We saw my niece and she showed us some pretty sweet gymnastics moves.
We are getting in a bad habit of having dessert for an appetizer… the red velvet cheesecake from Cheesecake Factory is ridiculously good.
Noodles with chicken and marinara sauce then made an appearance in my life.
Followed by some Tuesday night baseball.
And Lego building before bedtime.
Also, I saw this duck family yesterday and I felt the need to take a picture and show you because they were so cute.
What is the next race on your calendar? Anyone running Utah Valley? Has anyone done this one in the past?
Cheesecake person? What’s your favorite kind?
What did you have for dinner last night?
What was your HARDEST race experience ever?
-That above marathon experience and Tucson last December was really rough ha!