Thursday, March 17, 2005

There comes a time in every Half Marathoners training when Fruity Pebbles are required

That time is now. I'm pooped.

and don't forget they're magically delicious (not really, I just through that in for St. Patty's day...they do have green though, I think.

It was drizzly and windy yesterday, not usually unusal for the Pacific Northwest but definately unusual for the weather we've been having. It was not good make-up run weather, especially not with a running stroller. So I opted to run this morning. And so did Mr. Moo.

He was up again at 5am ready to run....or so I determined. I only ran 3.5 because I was just dying pushing the stroller this morning and it shows in my time 46:00 instead of the 42:00 it took me tuesday (also pushing the stroller).

Oh well I ran! Tomorrow is a rest day and I'm milking it for all it's worth. Mr. Moo and I are headed to Seattle to sleep over with Aunt Ren and to prepare for Quilting on Saturday.

Also on our agenda our Easter pics. Aunt Ren takes EXCELLENT photos, although I'm not sure if we will be able to out cute, last year.

I'm actually really enjoying the baby getting up early and running with me, since once we get home we both get cleaned up shower/bath respectively, have breakfast and then he goes down for his first nap by 7:30 or 8:00 which gives me a great start to my morning. Usually his naps are from 9-11 which leaves us litte time to run errands between our heavy social calender (lunch dates with daddy) and our afternoon nap. This way he is up by 9:30 or 10:00 leaving us a good two hours to run to the store.

Denim Theme Week: Day Four
This Round the World pattern was a quilt my Relay for Life team pieced for a drawing to raise money for the American Cancer Society. I love this simple pattern and there are so many variations that you can do with it, I really like the all blue look here. This top was pieced in seven hours.

Be impressed. Be very impressed. I had four dedicated women helping me, none of whom had ever quilted before. This quilt did so well that the team voted to make Quilts to raise money the next three years I was captain.

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