Yesterday, my other half-chromosome set and I went for a run.
It was 5.3 miles of hills and trying not to choke on her dust. She runs fast.
Luckily, I finished pretty strong, and went home to eat a ginormous breakfast.
The sister was complaining of knee pain, so I taught her "Thread the needle" pose as Moksha calls it. It's a really important runner's stretch because it targets tons of external rotators and especially my pain in the ass.
Here she is modeling it, while The Dog looks confused.
For the knee that pains her, I taught her how to get into it without torquing the knee.
Two decided to join the party. She is also a fan of healthy knees.
Later, Steven and I were scheduled to go to a housewarming, so we ate an early dinner at a restaurant highly recommended by friends: Utopia.
Steven had the chicken quesadilla. He said it was very good, but the coleslaw was weird (it was, I tried it), and the rice and beans mediocre.
Our friends had the bison burger, which he said was AHHHH-MAAAAHHH-ZING!
I don't have a picture of it, but I ordered the Veggie Souvlaki.
It sucked. The pita was hard and stale, the veggie "meat" was cold. The only redeeming feature of my dish was the hot fries and some nice tzaziki (which they charged us 95 cents for an extra little dish anyway).
Later that evening, I had dumplings at home cuz I got hungry.
Alas, it has been proven that Sandy Cannot Live On French Fries and Tzaziki, Both Of Which Are Obviously Nutritious and Filling so This Finding Comes as an Absolute Surprise.
Before the house party, we walked around Queen St. W. Loblaws and found my new future home.
Down the street, we also saw this:
Is it weird that I want it?!