My legs always feel fresher after a rest day, and they were ready to get out and do a little speed yesterday.
I want to test out my plantar with short intervals for another week or so before I try anything longer, and this was the perfect short interval run. 2 x 3 minutes + 3 x 1 minute. Not sure how Robin always finds to say exactly what I need to help me push myself, but she does. PS I am happy to report zero plantar issues with speed thus far.
I finished with 9 miles total (I started above 20 minutes when I hit 4 miles).
Me, Andrew, and Beck went on a lunch date for my favorite rice bowl. Andrew had a salad and then was on the Peloton doing a challenging class 30 minutes later… I do not understand how that is possible.
He is just so happy whenever Skye includes him in her playing.
For dinner, I made sheet pan gnocchi (with brussels instead of asparagus). It was so good and easy to make.
Brooke made fried ice cream for dessert!
Beck is so fascinated by Beretta.
This week’s favorites:
*Jeans I want to live in. I’ve decided that buying some cute pieces for spring will make spring show up soon here. I’ll be wearing these with a t-shirt and sneakers every day in the spring. They run big, so I went down two sizes with them!
*Not the best picture of the actual toy but the best view of Skye. This Elmo alphabet set has been the biggest thing to help my kids with their letters. They look forward to using it together, it’s easy to take places (road trips!!), and it is simple.
*Sunglasses that are very cute but also very cheap because I will lose them eventually (losing sunglasses is my specialty). $13!
*Our trail shoes arrived… I went with the Hoka Speedgoat (some friends with plantar told me that these are the only trail shoes they will wear now) and Andrew went with the Wildhorse. I cannot wait to get these out in the dirt!
Have any fun weekend plans?
Something that you lose often?
How much time between eating and working out do you need?
If you have a pet, how are they with kids?