Observation: there are some cold-blooded snakes (girl! look into his eyes) out there in bloggy land. Wowie.
I’m so glad I’m not popular enough to be hated. I’ve noticed on a lot of the more popular blogs out there, you see people getting ripped on by an army of anonymous jerks.
I’m glad none of you people expect much from me or take me seriously. And I shall return you the same courtesy.
I’ll be honest, I’m probably just too lazy to get all hatey and vengeful on other people’s blogs. Sometimes I don’t even read your entire blog post. I just look at the pictures. Sorry! I still love you though.
I do appreciate how documenting details of my life on the internet helps hold me accountable though. Since I already said I’m running a marathon, it’s going to be super embarrassing if I fail miserably. Like last year when I said I was going to lose 15 pounds. Ryyyyight?
Anyhoo, just had to put that out there.
Not much going on today. I did Level 1 and Level 2 of Jillian yoga last night. I haven’t worked out at ALL since the half marathon May 8. Last week my heel was killing so much I couldn’t even do down dog. Pathetic. It’s amazing how much strength I feel like I lost in just a few days. And now that I’m on a little break from running, I have to watch my weight — bummer.
So, to begin my new healthy lifestyle, yesterday’s lunch was a veggie sandwich with swiss on marble rye with spicy mustard. For dinner I had tempeh, grilled with my favorite garlic pepper sauce, goat cheese and hummus on a whole wheat pita.
I’m not going to drink until I can run again. Because my ass just cannot handle that. Especially the beer I like to drink. (You’d have to drink a 12 pack of Michelob Ultra to equal the carbs in just one Sierra Nevada Big Foot barleywine. (But who wants to?! YUCK. I don’t care what the media tells you; Michelob Ultra is not beer, people.)
I mentioned the farm food delivery program we signed up for yesterday but here’s the site: FarmFreshDelivery.com. You can sign up for weekly or biweekly (FREE!) delivery, and the minimum order is $35. We’re going to try it out and see if it’s makes sense financially. If we sign up and I still end up spending a gajillion dollars at TJs every week, we’ll have to quit. (If I was rich, I would quit my job and just grow all my own food, brew my own beer and live off the land.)
Now, only if they could deliver wine and beer…
Sorry there were no pictures for you to look at today, haha. Have a good one.