I did not run 21 miles, I did 12 miles but I put the wrong fingers up for the picture.
26.4 miles in two days. Yesterday morning reminded me that I really am much more of an early morning runner than I am a later morning runner. My entire body (especially my stomach) feels so much better when I run early. BUT it is really great for training that we are running in the late morning/early afternoon for our long runs because on race day we will running for 12ish hours throughout the day so it’s good to get used to doing this now. Maybe we need to do one of our long runs in the evening for training?! I got in about 600 feet of climbing and did an 8:39 average pace.
I’m ready for more light in the mornings… anyone else?!
Random running thought—> Isn’t it fun when you run more miles than you drive in a day? I love it when that happens.
I went to wake up Brooke and it took us a minute to find Beretta. She usually sleeps on the kid’s beds but maybe she needed a darker spot to truly get in some beauty rest.
And then we were off for the day.
During Skye’s nap I had a Hydrafacial. I found a Black Friday deal on them and have heard so many great things about them so I was excited to try it out. They used suction cups and all sorts of random little machines and products on my face (skin care is another language to me but I’m really trying to figure it all out).
My face felt so much more alive and soft afterwards.
Harry & David pears from my mom. These are better than candy.
Why play with the box full of toys when DVDs are much more fun to play with.
Skye cuddled with me for a total of .004 seconds.
Brookester leaves on Friday and I’m sure going to miss her. Andrew is the best and is flying her out to Northern California and then back home the same day. Then he will be doing that again next week to bring her back home.
The sunset was unreal last night… everything looked golden.
Andrew and I went to the temple. One of our family’s best friend adopted a little girl and they were sealed (an ordinance done in the temple to unite families for eternity) and we were able to be there for the ceremony.
The girls were over at Candice’s house. We got to catch up and eat candy when we picked them up.
And then we picked up chick-fil-a for a very late dinner. The worker told us to try mixing their ranch and buffalo sauce, he is a genius.
This is pretty funny… package thieves, watch out!
Andrew and I were watching a clip on Youtube where James Corden and Tom Cruise go sky (I typed this as Skye 3 times before spelling it correctly) diving… Which brought up a conversation of things we would absolutely never ever do. PS watching Carpool Karaoke might be my favorite thing to watch… have you seen the one with the Red Hot Chili Peppers?
My #1 Never Ever Will I: Bungee Jumping. Andrew went bungee jumping in Zambia and dropped over 300 ft off of a bridge. I can’t even imagine. Also, is it just me or does the blanket wrapped around his ankles make this just look so incredibly dangerous?
Would you ever bungee jump? If no, how much would someone have to pay you to do it?
Do you ever get facials? What type is your favorite?
Have you ever had anything stolen?
What is the best part of your Wednesday going to be?