Fog is much darker, and much less glamorous, when you're waiting for a delayed train on your way to work in the morning rush...
It made me feel bloated and overly excited during my yoga class that evening. I won't be seeing you again, Mr. Snickers. No, I won't.... (no promises).
Luckily, today dawned clear, blue, and beautiful. So I didn't have to shove my face in candy bars to make myself feel alive.
I went for a run! A glorious, sun-filled run!
I'm still recovering from whatever little bug I caught on Tuesday, so I stopped plenty along the way for pictures, and to gasp for air.
I ran/strolled down to Berry's Reserve, just about a 10/15 mins from our house.
average pace 12.46 min/mile
I came home and duckered around (oh, Internet, how do you make Time disappear?). Suddenly, I felt the great urge for a nap. This has never happened to me before! After a run, I'm usually pumped like a 9-year-old overdosing on Halloween candy. How did this happen?
I woke up to Steven calling me on his lunch break. He basically told me to get my shit together and do some yoga because it makes me a more tolerable person (not true, both that I'm incurably intolerable and he didn't say that. He said something like, "Hi, oh were you asleep?!" but that's no fun.)
So I did my practice like a grown up.
I ate this afterwards:
I call it the Irish diet--leftover potatoes with any random stuff you can find.
Annnd... I'm still hungry.
Off to make some real food!