|PB Bowl: Just smear PB around the bowl and freeze for about 10 minutes|
|Chocolate oats: 1/2 c oats, 1 Tbsp. chia seeds, 1/2 c milk, 1 tsp. maple syrup, 1 Tbsp cocoa powder|
Since I was meeting Jessica at noon for our run, I was debating whether to eat lunch before I left or when I got home. I prefer to run on an empty stomach, so I decided to wait on lunch. I did eat half a banana when I walked out the door, just so my stomach wasn't growling. And I grabbed a couple of medjool dates to take with me.
Jessica, Julia, and I headed out on our run, and I immediately wished I had worn my Icespike'd shoes. The sidewalks and trails were covered in snow and ice, which made for very tricky stepping...
|Yep, this is what we were running on|
I was getting a little thirsty after about six miles, and I did what any normal runner would do during a long run in the snow...
When we were done, Julia took a picture of me and Jessica to capture our first double-digit run for marathon training:
|That's supposed to be the number 10 ;)|
By the time I got home, it was already 2:45--which would mean a very late lunch! We eat dinner at around 4 or 4:30 (because of Jerry's work schedule), so I just decided to eat something very light. I was craving a big, crunchy, juicy apple... enough so that I stopped at Kroger on the way home from Jessica's to buy one. I had that for lunch along with a couple of pieces of cheddar cheese.
Breakfast--chocolate oats in a pb bowl
Lunch--cheese and an apple
Dinner--pork, mashed sweet potatoes, applesauce, Brussels sprouts
Snacks--1/2 banana, popcorn with oil and salt
But I have a