The majority of our day was spent outside yesterday and I wouldn’t have it any other way. I think a long winter this year made us appreciate the temperatures even more than we normally do in the spring.
Clearly, Skye inherited my donut genes.
Brooke and Knox want frosting and sprinkles..
And Skye is all about the glazed donuts like Andrew and me lately.
Because sometimes a glazed donut needs it’s own picture:
The kids are in heaven on their electric scooters now. Brooke’s dad gave her one to have at our house so we bought one for Knox too so that they could have a little scooter gang.
Andrew, Skye and me walked around the big circle they have at this park while the kids rode. Some of you may remember but this is the loop I used to run on daily when I first moved back to Utah and lived with my parents. My dad and I would go together and I would run there while he walked until it got light outside. Many many miles have been done at this park and I feel like more will happen here this summer when Andrew is working. I’ll have Skye in the jogging stroller and Knox and Brooke on their electric scooters or bikes next to me:)
My mom came and met up with us for part of the walk too.
Next on the agenda= soccer games.
We only had a few minutes in between soccer games so we stopped for some J-Dawgs for lunch. These hit the spot! They have a secret sauce that they put on it that make them so good.
To get to Brooke’s soccer game we took the road that I ran almost daily for my St. George marathon training. It’s normal for runners to feel very sentimental about different streets/parks where they did a lot of their training for certain races right? Many breakthrough workouts happened here:
Why bring multiple chairs when they just end up on my lap anyway;).
All three kids fell asleep once we got home so I did what I felt was right… and joined them in a nap too. We made sandwiches for dinner and then Andrew and I got everything ready for this morning!
I’m excited to try out a short and easy run tomorrow! It feels like Boston was a month ago already but it has only been a week!
I hope you have a wonderful Sunday. I wanted to share two videos that mean a lot to me and bring tears to my eyes each time I watch them.
How are you spending your day?
If you celebrate Easter and use Easter baskets… what sorts of things do you put in your baskets?
Do certain streets/trails/parks always remind you of different training memories or am I alone on that one ha?!
What’s for breakfast today?