Huge lunch: Cherry, walnut, and farro salad, and broccoli. I also had a baked potato.
ha ha ha, so true!
HOW YOU FEEL WHEN YOU FINISH YOUR RACE BUT YOUR FAMILY/CREW MISJUDGED YOUR FINISH TIME AND AREN’T THERE
ha ha ha ha
***THIS*** is AMERICA
we’re vegan or vegetarian
we don’t drink (I do, but people who don’t are still Americans)
we don’t own guns
we love freedom
we speak many languages (b/c of heritage AND education)
If you don’t like it, tough shit.
We’ll still vote to defend your freedom to be different from us.
Roasted okra for dinner.
Ran a nighttime 30k trail run, got my butt kicked, and my car broke down. Ready for Monday
Running Sock bonanza…I’m stocking up! (at Kroger 529)
Last night’s dinner: tom kha soup and summer rolls, take out from Sykamore. (at Sykamore Vegan Cuisine & Juice Bar)
Horseradish Burger! Well, officially its the mushroom-swiss burger but it has a lot of horseradish and its so so good! With hashbrowns. (at Spiral Diner & Bakery)
I read this blog post today. Sadly, I’ve found this be true and I’ve encountered it so often. Perfectly attractive people, repelling relationships with their sad personality, and blaming it on something else, like their appearance, their money, women/men being assholes etc.
Mostly I hear “women don’t like nice guys”. No, women don’t like whiners. No one sees a joyless person and thinks “hey, I’d love some of that in my life”
From the blog post: ”Clearly, it wasn’t his appearance that kept him from finding someone to enjoy life with; it was more likely that his lack of enjoyment of life kept women from enjoying his company.”