Good morning! After a few days of post-race rest, I finally made it out for a run today. I had the East Nasty Wednesday morning crew to keep me company! We did the “church route,” which passes eleven churches in only four miles. This is Bible Belt running, y’all.I ran with Rayna for most of the miles. Good to catch up with her!
My quads are still a little sore from Saturday, so I kept it short and easy.I’ll probably just run whatever I feel like running for the next couple weeks and then get back into training mode. Any fall marathons you’d guys recommend in the Southeast region? I’m looking at Florida, South Carolina, and Georgia…
And Mexico! In terms of food, that is. On the Cooksmarts menu this week: Chicken posole soup. BTW, I’m not paid or sponsored by Cooksmarts at all — just recommending them because I can! Also not paid or sponsored by La Croix, but I should be given all of the product placement I do for them 😉I dined solo last night while waiting for Anthony to come back from his work journeys. He had dinner on the road, but gets to enjoy leftovers for lunch today. Lucky man.I’ve made chicken posole soup a few times in the past (here, here, and here) — looking at these old posts brings back memories of past DC apartments and old friends. Comfort foods like soup seem to be filled to the brim with memories
Which round do you think turned out the prettiest?! One last soup shot, and then I’m out. Have a great day, guys!
- Fall marathon recommendations? I have the ZOOMA half in the fall (use the discount code MARY15 for 10% off your registration!) but am on the hunt for a full in late November.
- What types of food bring back memories for you?
- How much time do you take off after a half marathon?