seriously, it is a cool place but i've been sneezing and runny-nosy STILL, even the next day. i think they need to clean the place. please clean the city museum! here's andrew and kelley goofing around:
aren't they cute?
if you want daily workouts that are extremely challenging, go to andrew's nifty crossfit blog:
i think emi's right, especially when the weather gets cold i'll need the tights. i bought the underarmour "heat compression" running tights. ok, i put the CC away now. you can buy at nordstrom. $39.99. believe in your guru---if she says forget your dignity, get the running tights, then she must be right!
this is where i am these days: http://runwithe.blogspot.com/ and of course... http://lftec.blogspot.com/. i am borrowing emi's faith in my becoming-a-runner since i don't really have any (yet). today i went outside and walked for about 40 minutes, then went to the gym and (after watching my ex-trainer's crossfit group do 100 wall-balls interspersed with burpees) was motivated to do 20 measly minutes (i mean GOOD JOB! 20 minutes!) on the treadmill. hopefully i won't be so pathetic soon.
my friend hannah did a 5k last weekend. i was so bewitched by her success. yet i still shared a pizza last night with her boyfriend (excuse: celebrating his ravel quartet performance). there are endless excuses to eat and skip exercise. but it really feels good when you actually do it. i want to be, would LOVE to be Master of Impulse-Control. i read that section of How We Decide (jonah lehrer's awesome book) multiple times. good luck à moi!
if you happen to be reading this, please post something really encouraging (even if you don't really mean it!). thanks a BUNCH!