Snow, I won’t let you stop me anymore.I couldn’t imagine running inside again today, so I layered up and headed outside for a slightly slippery run…Being slowed and stopped by snow can be pretty discouraging, but today I tried to cheer myself up by remembering that snow running is bad, but not nearly as bad as sand running. Remember when I attempted to jog on the beach over our honeymoon? Fail.
At least I had a good tan though…Anyways, back to the present. Despite the chill, it’s actually quite pretty out there.I only covered about 5 miles — I’m saving all my tough runs for the end of the week, when hopefully the terrain will permit faster and longer runs?Speaking of the end of the week — any recommendations for things to do in Boston?! Anthony and I are heading that way soon.
Which means we’re saving up for big meals at the end of the week, too. We’ve been keeping it pretty low-key the past few days with sandwiches. Plus maybe a glass of wine.“Low key” isn’t really possible when Anthony is in charge of the panini press, though — he is the sandwich master around here and takes his job very seriously.
Turkey, pesto, mozzerella, tomato, roasted peppers, and spinach. Melted on the inside, crisp on the outside!We always keep some frozen broccoli on hand to steam up when we need a veggie in a hurry. “Veggie in a hurry” — sounds like a great band name to me.Speaking of veggies, I’ve got a salad recipe coming to you later today… see you soon!
- Boston recommendations?
- Locals: Have you been running in this snowy mess?
- Tell me about the best sandwich you ever ate….