I haven’t run with both of these girls in what feels like 10 years. I was so excited that our schedules all worked out yesterday (and that they were willing to run 3 minutes per mile slower than they normally do:) so we could run together.
We met at my favorite canyon in the world. In 2019 we ran 100s of miles together in this canyon and worked so hard to get faster so it brought back some amazing memories being there yesterday.
The first thing I did when I got back in the car (besides turn it on) when we finished was turn on my seat heater. One major positive about the temperatures dropping is that it motivates me to shower right after a run and not procrastinate it ha so I did that right when I got home.
Turns out I need to dust my car:)
Matching running socks are overrated;) At least they were both the same color.
Skye and I attempted to get in some preschooling and her attention span lasted about 38 seconds per activity but she had to have learned a thing or two at least.
What started as ‘I need to find some of my warmer winter running clothes’ turned quickly into reorganizing my entire closet. I found some pretty exciting things in there like this hooded blanket from the St. George Marathon.
Welcome to my office and the only chair I want to sit in for the next few (I can say few now that we are a little less than 6 right?) weeks…
My mom sent me this idea;)
Jenn (running friend in top picture) dropped off the most amazing apple cake for us and it tastes even better than an apple fritter.
We finished off the day with a walk with Beretta and then Andrew and I watched Miracle Landing on the Hudson on Disney+.
Just a quick rewind to Monday night… Andrew had some family in town and they invited us up to Sundance to ride the lift.
His family took us to dinner afterwards to a place called The Corner in Midway and if you are ever in that area, you HAVE to go there and eat on the patio. The meal was amazing but the desserts were unreal. Andrew and I were going to share a piece of coconut cream pie but then when we tried it, we had to get another because we were fighting over it;)
After dinner we went to Andrew’s aunt’s house. Every square inch of their main floor is decorated for Halloween and it made me realize that Andrew’s love for Halloween runs in his DNA.
Andrew’s aunt has a new kitten that she adopted and Brooke was in pure heaven playing with it (and she had tears in her eyes when she had to say goodbye to it… we will be back often to visit:).
If you had to choose only one place to run for the rest of your life… where would it be?
-The above picture where we went running yesterday.
Are you more of a dog person or a cat person?
Is your closet usually organized or unorganized?
-Mine is usually unorganized but I’m sure going to enjoy how organized it is now for the next few days;)
Are your socks always matching or does it not bother you to wear mismatched socks? What running socks have you been loving lately?