(although when I mentioned the 5 stones for the 5 kids, my husband paused and said…”yeah…I didn’t think of that, but that would have been GOOD!”)
My other favorite gift, one he gets me every year, is the never-ending cup of Diet Coke. It never runs dry, he is always refilling my cup, keeping the ice fresh and doesn’t make fun of me at all. I know it will only last one day. One day a year. Today we’ll be back to him telling me I drink too much of it, how bad it is, and him making fun of my crazy habit.
But for one day…one day, I get the best treatment.
This is our attempt to a fancy running picture. At mile 6.5.
I have no idea how those fancy blogger/instagrammers do it.
(which by the way confuses me, my watch will tell me that pace, but then when I download it from my watch to map my run, map my run tells me a slower pace. What the heck is that about?!?)
Boy did I feel it that afternoon! I’m beginning to get worried I can make the 13.1 during my two races this summer!
I guess it was a good thing that Saturday was a deary, rainy day, it was the perfect excuse to sit around and read a book.
I’m currently reading The House at Riverton by Kate Morton, and The Art of Work by Jeff Goins.
8 on the treadmill both weekdays and 11 on Saturday.
27 miles total.
Not too bad.
A friend told me that she heard on the Dave Ramsey show that millionaires read at least one non-fiction book a month. Do you read non-fiction?
Do you have a running buddy? Do you take running pictures? How in the world do people take good ones?