I haven’t written a Friend to Friend post in a very long time but I have a new one about my experience with my dad’s cancer.
6 miles @ 9:12 average with my sister and some cool temperatures that felt so so good.
My sister and I have different versions of dressing for cold weather… I was in shorts, she was in leggings and I had thick gloves on and she didn’t have gloves on at all. It’s always fun for me to see how everyone views different temperatures and what they are going to wear while on the run.
Brooke had school and Skye and I went to a few baby stores to check out a few things. Skye was positive that we were there for her to get all new baby items.
We spent our night with Andrew’s grandparents. We got back so late (my definition of late, not Andrew’s definition of late ha) that I’ll blog about what we did in the next post
Let’s go over some tangents to talk about today.
*Andrew gave quite the tip to the waiter that actually brought him enough ranch to dip his breadstick and pizza into… A FULL BOWL OF RANCH. Usually people will bring him a small cup of ranch so when the bowl showed up, he was very appreciative.
*Brooke stops to pick up trash along the way on our runs… Once again, the 8 year old is a good example to me.
*When it takes two adults to figure out our 3rd grader’s math homework…
*On yesterday’s post, Jessica asked for a picture of a toy that my dad made for grandkids when they come over. It is a big hit with the younger crew.
*The other night I was putting lip gloss on and dropped the lid… it landed on the top of my stomach and just stayed there! I carry my babies pretty high (hello rib cage kicks) and it always creates a nice shelf for food/objects that I drop.
*This story in Utah made me cry. People are awesome. Holladay man spends pandemic revitalizing old junior high track, just because.
*HOW HAVE I FORGOTTEN ABOUT THESE COOKIES?! Andrew made them the other day to take to a family party and I was reminded again why they are my favorite—> peanut butter no-bakes.
*Now that the long sleeves are back for runs, it’s time for me to remember to take my watch off first before the long sleeve top off… I get caught like this way too often.
*If you need a fun little gift for kids then grab the Miracle Melting Witch. It’s just like the melting snowman and the kids rebuild it a million times!
Just another reminder about my new Friend to Friend post (and if you have any ideas for other ones then I would love to hear them).
Are there any tracks close to you that are open to the public to use? Is your area pretty running friendly with trails etc?
Least favorite part of your body to be cold during a run?
-My fingers (which happens anytime the temps are below 50 degrees if I don’t have gloves on) and I’m not sure if my legs have ever actually felt cold during a run:)
When wearing long sleeves and a GPS watch while running… do you wear the watch over or under the sleeve?
Share a tangent with me please!