This was the first weekend in months (maybe since September?) that my son slept out the entire weekend. I know I mentioned it recently (in this post) that we stopped sticking to a strict every other weekend schedule to be more flexible with my son’s plans as he gets older.
It was so weird for me at first to not have him home either night! I missed him and really hated waking up at 2:00 am to realize he wasn’t asleep in his bed.
But then I got used to the quiet and enjoyed the short break from hearing about the poor choices of food in my pantry and moved on with my weekend just fine. 🙂
Anyway, let’s see if I accomplished everything on my to do list for the weekend…
Long Run Outdoors – Yes!
I talked about my long run a bit more in yesterday’s workout recap but I will say again, it was so nice to be outside!
My friend said she saw me running from her window and that I looked “refreshed” and appeared to be having a good run. At which point I informed her that I changed my shoes after 3 miles and my pace was all over the place but yes, I felt refreshed to be outside.
Haircut – Yes!
I cut two inches and immediately felt better. I am definitely due for some highlights but for some reason, I feel like seeing how long I can stretch it until my next appointment.
Of course I did the go-to-the-bathroom-before-paying-to-see-how-it-looks-in-private thing. I needed to readjust how she blew it out because my hair was hanging in the wrong direction.
I don’t know if you can tell but I can tell from my face that I was out of it on Saturday. Some months my period takes a lot out of me. I didn’t think this was going to be one of those months and I certainly can’t say it is as debilitating as it was when I was younger (not even close) but still, I was drained and feeling rather bleh.
Red Mango – No but I had Cold Stone so that counts for something!
They were out of the chocolate dipped waffles bowls but I stayed calm and just had them add cookie dough to my ice cream (well, frozen yogurt) instead.
Running Shoe Update:
I ended up skipping Pure Barre yesterday morning in favor of going for a run in my new pair of Brooks Glycerin 13’s. I liked them more than I did on Saturday but I just don’t know if they are the shoe yet. They are definitely comfortable but heavier than my Boosts and I notice it.
For now they reside in their box, they have to earn the spot by the front door.
I emailed a bit with Hollie about my shoe issue; she suggested that I do give the Glycerin’s a try, and if I am not thrilled, attempt the Energy Boosts in the next size. Thanks Hollie!
I do love my new Thorlo Experia socks though! That is for sure.
They are thinner than a traditional Thorlo sock but have delicious padding at the heel and under the toes (did I just say delicious? I must be hungry).
Super comfortable in all of my sneakers (because yes, I tested them out), they don’t make my feet sweaty, stay in place and definitely give me nice cushion without bulk in my shoe. I need several more pairs now!
And because onion rings always have a spot in my posts, here’s last night’s Portobello mushroom salad from the East Bay diner with onion rings on top.
Even though I planned out our dinners for the week, I always welcome the chance to eat out (and not cook).
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3 things you did this weekend?
What was for dinner last night?
Where do you keep your running shoes? By front door or in your closet? In the box or out of the box?