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What I do when I don't run

Yesterday was a busy day.

Alarm at 5:30 am. In the pool at 6 am.

Out of the pool at 7:10. Home to get Princess Grace ready for crazy hair day.

Drop Grace off and home again. Chocolate peanut butter banana smoothie for breakfast. Then core and arm strength. I don't recommend ab work right after drinking a smoothie. Lesson learned.

Showered. Ready for the day. Time with my mom, who is in town from AZ. Then hit the summer movie (Turbo!) with Ellie.

Picked up Grace. Went to Michael's so she could spend a gift card she's had for almost three months.

Home. Made dinner. Black bean enchiladas.

Didn't eat though because I had dinner plans. Partied it up (which of course means eating) like only five girls can do when celebrating the baby growing in Megan's belly.

And here's a close-up of my salad because it was super yummy!

Last but not least, the winner of the Cocogo giveaway is:

Trish

Email ihaverun@gmail.com to claim your Cocogo.

Everyone else will have another chance to win some Cocogo on Runnerd.com starting Sunday!

 

What are your favorite salad toppings?


 

 

Comments

  1. You are AWESOME!!! I wish I had some of your energy. I have had my alarm set for 6:00 every morning this week and have yet to get out of bed to workout (still worked out, just late morning). Maybe next week! :)

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    1. It's more necessity than energy. If I could swim at home, I'd never set an alarm!

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  2. Speaking of being busy, how were you this morning when your alarm went off? 5:30 seemed extra early to me this morning. But it was oh so worth it to stay out late with you fine ladies last night. When I got home, Ross mentioned how awesome you guys are and how you spoiled me - I couldn't have agreed more. I am so thankful to have you as a friend!

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    1. 5:30 was rough but totally worth it to stay out late with you girls!! I'm thankful for YOU. And loved riding together for the extra talk time.

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