Good morning…. I’m sleepy. I stayed up late to see the Phillies win and pick up my brother-in-law from the airport. After yoga class is over tonight, I am going to go directly to bed. 🙂
Thanks again for reading my Motivation, Part II post. It’s so nice to know my blog touches you, and rest assured — your blogs and/or your comments on my blog touches and transforms me. Thank you, from the bottom of my heart. I LOVE the blogging community.
My priority this AM was a warm cup of coffee. I gulped down half before I felt clearheaded enough to eat my oatmeal.
I made basic oatmeal, topped with apricots and granola. Dried apricots are a great addition to oatmeal — they are like little chewy bursts of sweetness!
My oatmeal contained:
- 1/2 cup oats
- 1/2 cup water
- 1/2 cup milk
- 1 sliced banana
- Toppings: 2 dried apricots (chopped), granola, sprinkle of brown sugar
The Ultimate Race – 2,304 Miles
Katy sent me a link to this awesome website. Tommy Neeson, who’s child died of cancer (Randi), is running 2,304 miles in an effort to raise money for Ronald McDonald House. He is running from Bangor, Maine to Miami, Florida, stopping at different Ronald McDonald Houses to visit and support families affected by cancer and to coordinate runs with corresponding local running clubs in an effort to increase local involvement and support for The Ronald McDonald House.
Tommy is running for 75 straight days (well, he’s needed 1 day off for an injury) and he averages 40 miles a day!! INSANE!
He’s going to be in Orlando on November 15, so I sent his team an e-mail to see if I can join him for 10 miles or so of his journey. I hope it works out — I would LOVE to meet this guy.
Have a great day! See you for lunch!