Tuesday: Barking at Pine Cones
By nfoste2245 on November 07, 2012
Tuesday had to have been one of the most boring days ever. My sore toe kept me tossing and turning for hours and I ignored the alarm. Running wasn't going to happen today anyway (see: toe) but I wanted to get something fitness related in. So ignoring the alarm was disappointing. But after my first meeting, I rode my bike to Target and back. I didn't take my Garmin but it would be somewhere around 5-6 miles roundtrip.
Bike: 5-6 miles
After that, there was another meeting and then nothing. The kind of nothing where you can't move forward until you receive feedback on what you have done so far but the feedback doesn't come and so you wait. And wait. And wait.
Breakfast: Coffee and a protein bar
Snack: An apple
Lunch: Egg beaters with salsa, turkey sausage and an english muffin
Snack: Carrots and a Dark Chocoalte, Nuts & Sea Salt Kind bar, peach
Dinner: Cajun Chicken Pasta
THIS guy was so tired because he spent the day barking at anything/nothing in the yard like an a$hole. We all have those days. Just for B: there must have been a pine cone. It WAS election day.
In case anyone is in the market for some compression socks, SkinnyRunner has a code on her site today for the Pro Compression Argyle Marathon socks. I couldn't resist. And Christmas is coming.
Has anyone started their shopping yet? I would like to get mine done early. But it is the sort of thing I normally knock out in a day. I shop for my family, DH for his. And since this is the first year that my family is local, I don't have to worry about shipping or traveling with gifts!!!! Let DH figure all of that out on his own.
And a BIG shout out to my dearest friend B, who is under contract on his first house!!!! He is an incredible friend and has been there for us over our last four moves. I wish we could be there to repay the favors for him. But I have known for quite a while what his housewarming gift will be!
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