My trip home has come to an end.
This morning the doctor went well. I ended up with a referral to a different specialist, a couple of suggestions, and time to shop, so I was happy.
I bought myself a dress for grad (it’s only 2 months away, ya know) and some Clif bars, Adora disks–a new buy for me to replace the Viactiv chews I used to buy (which are filled with corn syrup and other ingredients I’d rather not consume on a regular basis, twice a day)–and a necklace that is a bike cuz it was too cute to pass up.
Before I bought my clif bars, I did something I kind of regret. Not really, but do you remember the show Teen Angel?
Yes? No? It was bad. About two friends, one of whom ate an old cheeseburger, died, and came back as an angel only the other friend could see. Anyways, lunch today was a Clif bar. Not the most well-rounded. And it expired in March.
Oops. After I ate it and noted how stale it was, I checked for a date. And lo and behold, I found it. Oh well. I’m still alive. So you can’t have my wardrobe yet…
Once I got back from the States, I grabbed my stuff from my mom’s place and headed to the river for a run! It was perfect, even though it was uber windy. It’s hard not to be happy running somewhere scenic with the sun shining, even if there are wind gusts of 50km/h. Running by the water and in Canatara is one of my favourite spots, so you know I’m flying high from this right now!
When I got back to London, I snarfed what was either a super late lunch or a ridiculously early dinner. Since I teach spin tonight, this is probably something in between and I’ll probably have a bigger snack after I teach (I dislike the 7:30pm time because it makes dinner tricky and leaves me wired at bed time, but I LOVE teaching so I’ll stop whining about it now!).
Now it’s time to make a new playlist for my spinners–and readers, of course! Get excited.
Where’s your favourite place to run?
Have you ever tried the Adora calcium disks?