Monday Radomness


Lately, the nut obsession has been out of control. My dad brought these home. I found them and enjoyed them. I think my favorite nut has to be either pistachios or almonds.


Right after that, some good friends brought over these gems. I think they were extra salty, which in my books means extra good.


It felt so good to be reunited with my Garmin! Since getting sick, having shin splints, and the craziness of the holidays, I haven’t been able to run outside much. Yesterday’s weather was perfect, so I grabbed my old friend and ran four miles. It felt amazing and pain-free. Praise the Lord!


I believe that running is an excuse to wear any and every color. Nobody cares if you match when you are a runner. I find that very convenient. (By the way, those gloves are amazing!)


What happens when you leave a pile of warm sheets that just came out of the dryer on  your couch? You might find your dog in them. Yesterday, when I was stretching after my run, I noticed my dog curled up in the freshly dried sheets. He’s so smart. If there was enough room, I would have curled up in them too.


I still cannot get over this weather. Yesterday was so nice that I ran in capris. I don’t think I’ve ever done that during this season before. I am ready to just skip to spring. Anybody else with me on that one?


I think a majority of my pictures are of my feet. Is that normal or is it just me?

Well enough of the radomness, onto cross training and work!

Have a blessed Monday!