Breakfast was homemade granola. Lunch was a big apple and carrots with hummus with a can of chicken noodle soup. Dinner was less stellar - husband cooked up home cured bacon and we made sandwiches out of it (although I stopped at one instead of the additional half that I usually have). I served apples and carrots with it. I had a little more hummus with my carrots. Then I took a 2+ mile walk with my husband even though it was kind of cold and already dark.
BDD - You've commented a couple times about how awesome my friends have been to help kick me in the ass and get off the couch more. Both are wives of guys that my husband grew up with. They know each other from high school, but they are about 6-8 years younger than me. They both go to our church and have kids in our kids' school. I got together with them a couple times last spring, but then over the spring and summer they didn't usually include me. I thought maybe they didn't want to. I basically trained completely alone for my first sprint tri (and my 2nd). Not sure why they started calling more this fall, but I am very grateful. I tend to feel a little bad about working out with Stacy because she is so much more fit than me that I feel like I slow her down, but as long as she calls - I will agree to do whatever she is game for. Alyssa is much closer to my fitness level, but still a damn fast walker. Now another mom (another mom from our school and wife of a guy I went to HS with, Susan) has expressed interest in going for a walk or jog. She is a pediatrician with kind of crazy hours, but maybe one day a week we can do it. It sucks less to work out with a friend for sure! I'm so blessed and grateful for their supportive friendships.
Just won some winter cycling tights on Ebay. Still bidding on some other fun tri items. Got the tights for $24.51. Same seller had some good deals on some jerseys so I am going to try to score on those too. Trying to save Santa some coin! :) Better stop bidding soon though or my husband will repeat his mantra "You aren't saving money when you are spending it."