Maybe not my best move, but I’m not regretting it. Yet. I ran this morning. I didn’t know the weather would allow me to run though. I checked the radar and kept peering out my windows. It was so dark!
All of a sudden we have winter morning sunrises.
My training plan called for a 3 mile tempo run. I ran something close to that.
Whew. Strong abdominal pain at mile 2. I think this was related to a less than optimal intake of oxygen. I’m a little congested.
Right now, I’m feeling better after the run!
It’s me. Molly.
I kind of look like the girl from The Nightmare Before Christmas, no?
I also was drawn fruit! These pictures were slid across the table to me from a 9 year-old as I talked the their parent. I was cracking up each time.
My other patients yesterday were great. Any time a patient wants to hug me at the end of an appointment, it’s a great day! I also had messages from past patients who I didn’t have the chance to see this time around. Sometimes you’re just not too popular no matter what healthcare clinician you are.
Leaving work, I walked in the pouring rain to my car. I threw my umbrella in a closet during the drought. Must dig it out.
Script for the night-dinner and Olympics! I was wanting to cook dinner quickly so I could catch Walsh-Jennings, May-Treanor dominate! Big plans for dinner. I knew I wanted to make this recipe as soon as I read it the first time. I had mahi mahi in the freezer though.
You know what one of my favorite foods is?
Potatoes! I love potatoes! They get such a bad wrap though.
This was such a great dinner! It didn’t take too long to make nor much effort. The pecan crust kept more moisture in the fish and provided great flavor and texture. Make it soon! Also, pea pods are my new favorite non-starchy vegetable.
Dessert was another antibiotic (cipro!), a pain reliever, and lots of water.
The sand volleyball game was epic! Those ladies are so amazing. I may have gotten a little misty-eyes (pun intended) when they won. Those women are so inspiring!