My Husband is slowly morphing into my personal chef. Wahoo!
Doesnâ€™t he look cute in his POM Wonderful apron? 🙂
Before the Huz prepared dinner, I met up with Megan for a walk. I havenâ€™t seen her since December, and we had a lot to catch up on. Normally, we wouldâ€™ve gossiped over a run, but since the marathon is on Sunday, we stuck to a 2.5 mile walk.
I brought my walking buddy:
James has a blast, and so did Megan and I. :) Sometimes, a walk is exactly what I need.
After our stroll, I came home and did tons of writing + marketing stuff for the Operation Beautiful book. Chugging along! I should be done next week. I need to sit on a few sections for a little bit. I find it helps to walk away from your writing for a day or two to really edit yourself wisely.
And I snacked on Greek yogurt, dried blueberries, and granola.
And dinner was made by the Husband!
He did a stir-fry of brown rice, zucchini, peas, kidney beans, and a ginger sauce (a bottled kind). It was really delicious. Meals that I donâ€™t prepare always taste better. 🙂
Dessert was a chocolate:
And two Clementines. Yes, these little babies are back. Except to see them multiple times each day!
Iâ€™ve been all about the marathon this week, havenâ€™t I? Iâ€™m quite excited because itâ€™s not just a big race weekend, but itâ€™s also a big personal weekend for me. My best friend Lauren is coming from NYC to run with me. My mom, dad, Laurenâ€™s mom and sister, my husband, and my sister-in-law are also going to come watch us run!
Iâ€™ve been rolling two topics around in my head this week that Iâ€™ll be discussing at breakfast and lunch tomorrow.
- Racing for Time vs. Racing for Fun â€“ the proâ€™s and conâ€™s of each!
- Trusting the Taper. Marathons have a LONG taper â€“ two or three weeks, and now Iâ€™ve got the Taper Twitch in my legs!