7 miles @ 9:35 average and the temperatures were so cool that I passed by people in gloves and jackets! Their glove/jacket weather is my heavenly tank top weather.
PS I think I need to make a shirt that says this to wear while I run lately:
I was planning on running 5-6 miles but I was listening to Ali’s podcast with Mandi Woodruff (Personal Finance Expert) and the episode kept me so interested that I just kept running until I hit seven miles instead.
Megan D posted this so I need to remember to not be decieved… we still have second summer coming.
I got home from my run and then it was time to get Brooke’s schoolwork done. My mom has been teaching Brooke cursive and I am pretty sure she could do cursive practice all day long. We make sure to take breaks for cursive writing whenever I can tell she is needing a little time away from math and reading.
We decided that we needed to take a field trip yesterday and went to the perfect place for both a 3rd grader and pre-schooler.
Thanksgiving Point’s Museum of Natural Curiosity.
The museum is by appointment only right now and you have to buy your tickets in advance which meant we felt like we had the whole place to ourselves.
The girls were very excited to find a treadmill.
We found out quickly that Skye is not a fan of fish while we were there.
Then we came home and the girls had lunch via their favorite dish—> the muffin tin.
Canteloupe has taken a backseat to honeydew these days and I’m happy to report that it fits perfectly on my shelf.
Andrew had a shorter shift than normal yesterday so when he got home he took the girls on Brooke’s new personal distance record bike ride—> TEN MILES.
Random Skye fact… she loves feeding Beretta.
For dinner I made these Easy Southwest Tortilla Rollups. I am pretty sure I have cooked more meals for Andrew over the last few weeks than our entire marriage combined ha. Hopefully this cooking habit sticks after we have the baby too… Which reminds me, I’ve been wondering if you guys have any good freezer meal ideas that I can make in advance of having the baby that we can use once he (okay, we do not know if it is a he or she BUT I had a very convincing dream the other night that the baby is a he ha;) arrives?!
PS did you see this story about the female college runner that spent an entire night (standing!) up in a tree to stay alive because a bear was after her! I cannot even imagine how terrifying this experience would be.
You can read the full article here.
When you pass by another runner do you usually smile or wave or nod or does it depend on if you are doing a workout or not?
What season is your area currently in?
Any good ideas/links to meals I can freeze in advance of having this baby?
What are your thoughts on dreams? Ever had one that predicted something or do you feel like they are pretty random?