I kept getting comments on how I look so tan. I kept saying that I have no idea why I look tan because I spend the majority of my week inside learning to be a good teacher. Well, yesterday as I was hoofing it around the 'hood in the blazing hot sun, I realized that I am earning a runner's tan. And not just of the sock variety.
I finished my workout inside, but then returned outside to pick peas from our garden. That lasted 7.2 seconds before screaming and running back inside because my hand brushes a ginormous Pumpkin Spider.
My two best friends came right as I was finished to kidnap me an force me to go to Target. I mean, spending time with my best friends and my beautiful little niece. They really had to twist my arm. She totally passed out after a good meal. She takes after her aunt.
Thursday is Boyfriend's birthday, so I picked him up some candy to go along with his gifts. Then we noticed that Ben and Jerry's was on sale for extremely heap and my mom would have disowned me if I didn't pick her up a pint or two. Needless to say, it was very obvious to the people at Target that I am a healthy living blogger.
I came home to the best gluten free Mac and cheese on the planet. I seriously have no idea when the last time I ate macaroni and cheese was. I definitely went into a food coma afterward.
This morning was an early one. I actually got to te gym 5 minutes before they unlocked the doors. The treadmill was wonky and stopped at 1.75 miles, so I had I restart.
Please notice the hour. That's am. This is what I look like when my morning workout is complete.
The rest of my day was filled with students and then being a student. It started pouring again right as school was getting out and the drive home was gorgeous.
Tomorrow I just have student teaching and then I have a few tricks up my sleeve for boyfriend for his birthday.
Do you like spiders?
Morning, afternoon, or evening workout?