Happy 2sday—> 2/22/22
My Monday started with 10 miles @ 8:41 pace in the snow. It was a very uneventful run, but it happened!
It was cold enough for Andrew to wear pants but not Knox;)
We planned on staying at the public pool for 3-4 hours and lasted 1.5…
Beretta worked hard to try and convince Andrew not to do a Peloton ride.
And ping pong was a great snowy day activity.
The kids also did some sledding (down the stairs) in our backyard.
I have very strong feelings for fried rice these days, so we made a huge batch of this recipe.
Still completely obsessed with Paw Patrol.
Camille Herron is incredible!
I randomly felt like sharing a few of the not super serious things I am terrible about (it feels a little too raw to share the serious ones online haha)… I am sure I could figure out a way to learn and be better at these things, but weirdly, I am just okay being terrible at them.
*Gardening or keeping any plant alive. In 2020 I spent a bunch of money on all of the gardening things and some fruit trees… I even read a book about it. Did any of the things I planted survive? Nope. I think we got a few snap peas and two tomatoes—worth the $100+ I spent on it all;)
*50% of my job. My mom always jokes that I would be in prison if it weren’t for her (before I met Andrew), Andrew, and an accountant. I have no desire to do anything tax-related (hence my mother’s prison joke) or technology-related. I just want to share what we are up to every day, my every running thought, things I love and to talk with my friends in the comments of each post! The rest is just fluff;)
*Taking a shower before 2 pm. I don’t remember the last time I managed to take one before lunch.
*Playing pretend/dolls etc. I am great at taking my kids to do things, building legos, being active together, doing art or talking with them but the clock stops the second I am asked to play pretend/dolls. Also, add crafts to this because those will never be something I will be good at.
*Sharing my water bottle. Nope, not going to happen… with anyone. I am always prepared with multiple water bottles for my kids because I just cannot share this one thing.
*Keeping drawers organized. Clutter on the counters drives me crazy, so I somehow manage to sweep all clutter into the drawer and feel okay about that. It drives my nieces CRAZY when they are over.
Anything that you are terrible at but you are totally okay that you are terrible at it?
Does a 100 miler ultra sound exciting to you, or no way? Has anyone done one?
What are you having for lunch today?
Did anyone else get snow recently?