After work I stopped at my mom's to grab some library books that were due today. Wouldn't you know it; she had some Christmas cookies. I only had
After that, I came home, changed, and went running. It was a little chillier than I had anticipated. I always dress too light on the bottom half. My legs were immediately cold. I thought I had on running tights that were fleece lined, but I grabbed the wrong pair. This was true for many reasons. The pair I grabbed also kept falling down.
If there is one piece of advice I can give new runners it's this: buy pants/shorts/skirts with a drawstring. If you are running to lose weight, you can wear the stuff forever if you can cinch it at the waist as the pounds disappear. I've worn the same couple of pairs of capris for three years for this reason.
I obviously did not do this when I bought the pair I threw on today. I was shoving my undershirt into my pants as I'm running and simultaneously yanking the pants up as far as they would go. It was a real pain in the ass and I'm sure I had the biggest camel toe imaginable. They finally started to stay up after about the first mile. I somehow found a happy medium with them.
The run was cold, but I enjoyed it. It was dark by the time I got out, but I made sure I took main streets that were well lit. I also wore my light just in case I got lost in blackness.
The run went well and I had a pretty good time for myself.
When I got home and logged everything, I jumped in the shower and pondered what I should eat. I didn't have much time until I had to leave. I had some rice and tortillas, so I opened a can of black beans, mixed some with rice, added cumin and chili powder, and threw it on a tortilla with Taco Bell mild sauce. <-- Pretty much a staple that I put on everything on a tortilla...everything.
|Does anyone else cook their tortillas on the burner?|
|Yum. Arroz y frijoles.|
Now I am watching the first season of Metalocolypse. Kevin cannot stop laughing.