I had the most amazing dinner last night: a homemade waffle topped with peanut butter, raspberry yogurt, and fresh strawberries and blueberries. It totally hit the spot. I had been craving that for days. Actually, I was craving what I used to eat in college: Eggo waffles topped with peanut butter and frozen cool whip. So delicious. But since cool whip is off-limits for January (only one week left!), I had to make do with yogurt.
Things have finally picked up at work (hip hip hooray!) so I’m going to keep this short and sweet.
Last week’s workouts were:
Monday: 2.5 mile run (31:08, 12:04/mile)
It started blowing snow as I set out on this run, which was not enjoyable because I could barely keep my eyes open. The arch of my right foot felt really tight too. Not the best run.
Tuesday: 3 mile intervals on treadmill (31:58, 10:39/mile), 10 min upper body weights
I alternated between jogging at 5.5 mph for 90 seconds and sprinting at 7.5 mph for 30 seconds.
Wednesday: Supposed to be rest but did resistance training at physical therapy
Thursday: 4 mile tempo run (43:24, 10:22/mile)
Friday: Supposed to be rest but did resistance training at physical therapy
The lateral and front/back moves with a resistance band around my ankles were killer after my tempo run. Feel the burn.
Saturday: 9.64 mile long run (1:49:42, 11:22/mile)
Sunday: 500 yard swim + 15 minute walk
I was also going to do yoga on Sunday but the couch got the best of me.
Travis and I went out to eat twice last weekend – which is uncharacteristic for us. Friday night, we went out to an Italian place called Abrusci’s. We had Chicken Saltimbocca, which was chicken breast topped with ham and mozzarella served on spaghetti with broccoli. It was delicious – and no wonder, since everything was covered in butter. They also had the most amazing garlic dipping sauce for bread. I haven’t yet advanced to the heights of taking pictures of food in restaurants, so you’ll just have to use your imagination. Sorry.
Then Saturday, after I was done with my long run, we went to Denny’s. I got their new Fit Omelette that comes with turkey bacon and fruit, plus a side of the Hearty Wheat Pancakes. Seriously delicious. And the Omelette only has 390 calories! Totally worth it.
I wanted to go to Panera for breakfast before church on Sunday but we decided we had spent enough money eating out for one weekend. But this Sunday, Pa-nay-nay here I come!
How often do you go out to eat?
What is your favorite way to eat a waffle? We had cinnamon and sugar on our waffles in Mexico during our honeymoon and I got hooked on those for a while. Now I’m hooked on pb and yogurt.