Hello lovelies! Tonight’s post will be a short one, I’m not feelin’ so hot. Actually, I’m really tired, and a hot bath is loudly calling my name… 🙂 The hubb and I haven’t been sleeping well lately, we are in desperate need of a new mattress. That, coupled with my very hilly 3-1/2 mile run this afternoon has left me sleepy and ready for some down time!
Breakfast: A repeat of Monday…oats! With some vanilla, cinnamon, one small, ripe, mashed banana, ground flax seeds and a spoonful of almond butter.
Lunch: More lentil salad, this time layered with spinach on the bottom and feta on the top…tasty! On the side, 1/2 a whole wheat pita and a large pear.
Snacks: Clems and Stoneyfield Yogurt. I only ate one clem, after my run.
Dinner: Take-out Thai!!!! Yay! My fave. I picked the tofu scallion soup with bean sprouts, and ordered some rice noodles on the side to throw on top. The broth was absolutely amazing! I really need to start cooking Thai food…
I also had a small pile of the hubb’s tofu pad thai and a few veggie spring rolls dipped in their amazing spicy pineapple sauce.
Does anybody have a good resource for Thai recipes? I’m looking for a book, or website, or chef I should watch out for…
Before rushing off to the bath I must write about my run. I’m so excited to be past the 3-mile mark and getting in 30+ minute running workouts multiple times a week! While at dinner with our friends last weekend, Kelly and I chatted about starting to run together again occasionally. She was my first running partner in Charlottesville, we trained for the 2006 Women’s 4-Miler together. We’re both designers (she’s actually a registered architect) and our offices are right next door to each other downtown. We decided to pick at least one night a week (Wednesdays!) to leave work a little early and get in a good 3+ mile run together before darkness falls. Tonight Kelly picked our 3-1/2 mile route and it was HILLY! So great though, I feel like we got a great workout in, along with fabulous conversation.
And now I’m off to the bathtub to sooth my tired body. Goodnight! 🙂