Then we went to the grocery store so I could get everything for the green and fruit salads I am supposed to bring tomorrow for the lunch to feed the butchering crew. We also grabbed a couple meals at the deli and shared them with the kids. Came home and put everything away and grabbed our suits to head to the Y for a quick swim. I got in about 40-45 min of laps while the kids played with their dad and each other. My husband was pretty tired and got out and sat and watched the kids for a while. It was nice having him there so I could just focus on my workout.
Food today wasn't too inspired. Had the rest of the FF beans for another lunch burrito. Breakfast was a handful of animal crackers (not iced). I wasn't really feeling like "food", but wanted a little snack midmorning. I also had a Cutie orange. Dinner was half of a takeout container of fried rice and sesame chicken and two crab rangoon.
Will have to do a whole post on all the books I've read in the last several months. Some have been mentioned, but I haven't really reviewed them much. Most would be of interest to the crowd that frequents here. For a preview, here is the list as I can recall it:
- My Life on the Run - Bart Yasso (today's addiction)
- Trizophrenia - Jef Mallet
- A Race Like No Other - Liz Robbins (about NYC Marathon)
- Run Like a Girl - Mina Samuels (picked after reading Kovas's review)
- Run Like a Mother - Shea/McDowell
- Slow, Fat Triathlete - Jayne Williams
- Iron Heart - Brian Boyle (another read in less than a day)
- Born to Run - Christopher McDougall
- The Everything Running Book - Art Liberman (in all honesty - I never finished this one)
- The 12-Week Triathlete - Tom Holland (I purchased this last spring)
- Triathlon Training in Four Hours a Week - Eric Harr (also purchased last spring)