When I was leaving for my run I decided to go into Brooke’s room to see if she wanted to join me… She kept me very entertained for my run.
Random running tangent that is longer than a sentence: Back in my early 20s I can remember rolling out of bed (I would sleep in my running clothes) and being out the door for a run within 5 minutes of waking up (sometimes while eating a banana during my first mile). These days, from the time I wake up to when I leave for my run is usually about 30 minutes. If I am running really really early then I can get out the door within 15-20 minutes!
SPRING IS HERE.
When I got home we all hung out outside for a while and then Andrew went mountain biking.
Brooke told us that she is training Ginger to ride on her shoulder while she rides her scooter around… She is going for a pirate look!
This quarantine has made her age fast… is she 5 now?!
Andrew picked up bread for us on his way home from mountain biking which made my week because I feel like I haven’t had Great Harvest bread in way too long!
Warm enough for popsicles!
They are definitely not social distancing.
Found these on my doorstep from Emilee… she knows me well and knows my love for candy corn + peanuts (add some marshmallows and WOW).
Practicing for Easter.
Had some ingredients we needed to use and found a recipe that looked delicious!
Eating at the table a lot more often now.
We have been watching all of the animal documentaries on Disney+.
Time for a run and some strengthening of my steering wheel! (source)
If you are a morning runner… how long does it take you to get out the door from the time you wake up to go run?
Give me your sentence of the day!