for my 3 readers out there in bloggerville, i have returned.
maybe temporarily...maybe just for the day...let's just go with it for now, mmm'kay?
anywho, i wish i could say i've been running some fantastic races, and setting amazing pr's.
actually its been more like lots of tv, an out of control sweet tooth, and the desire to do anything but run/sweat/workout. yay me!
since my last post in september...here is what i've been up to.
cheered on the hubs and his insane friends during the tough mudder.
|this was a 10 mile race through mud, fire, electric wires and ice cold water...all for the ellusive orange headband. |
veered off the calorie friendly eating bandwagon...
|and really, if you are gonna break a diet, you totally should do it with sushi, apple pie a la mode, nutella crepes and more sushi. |
|the boy rocked his first 5k...beating me by almost 5 minutes. |
yes i'm serious.
he finished in 40:24, and was the youngest participant!
went to the casino...
|this is bonnie. |
bonnie won 30 bucks.
i did not win 30 bucks.
went on a fantastical beach vacation...
|doesn't everyone lay on the beach with cigarettes and coronas???|
schlepped the fam to the happiest place on earth...
|see? we are really happy!|
|i have mad hat making skillz.|
and i threw a rocking 5th birthday for the boy!
|for all you movie junkies, it was harry potter themed. |
and the boy's outfit was not a battle i wanted to have...doesn't every kid wear a tshirt, tie and hp glasses??
i decided to return to bloggerville because in a few weeks i am running this...again.
i fully realize that running a race with minimal training is not a fab idea...but no one ever said i liked to follow the rules.
this blog is kinda like a diary of sorts.
it chronicles my training (or lack of), lets me have a place to talk about myself (because who doesn't love talking about themselves!), and allows me to get advice from people who are way faster/cooler/smarter than me with the whole running thing.
so if you are out there reading, thank you.
i promise to bore you with my randomness as often as possible.