Things I learned from “watching” the game last night
- Doritos, cars, and beer spend a helluva lota mulla on advertising
- Superbowl commercials are still commercials!
- Football players come in many shapes and sizes.
- I’m not a Fergie fan, although I have tried to be in the past.
- I cannot watch football.
Seriously. I genuinely tried to watch the game and pay attention but my mind focuses inward just being around a football game. I’m just not cut out to be a sports fan. Luckily Tate is only a little more interested in sports than I am so it doesn’t factor into our daily lives.
So I left the party after halftime. I needed vegetables and PJ’s and anything but football.
The earlier part of my Sunday was much more my cup of tea.
Hiking with friends
Tate, Matt, Kath, Anna, the ever-adorable Arlie, four-legged Loki, and I went traipsing around Carter Mountain/Monticello area for 4.25 miles.
Even the littlest did some walking!
Tate and I arrived back home late afternoon and ready for lunch. The fridge was empty but the pantry was full. Mmmm garden vegetable soup and english muffins!
After lunch I just wanted to spend more time outside and enjoy the sunshine so I went out on a 3.5 mile “walk & talk”. I called family and friends that I wanted to catch up with and the miles/time flew by!
February goals update: the first week of the month I walked 20 miles and ran 2. This is slightly down from the 25 walking miles and 7.5 running miles per week I need to average in order to reach my goals but it was a 6 day week! And once my gym membership is up on Thursday I will be back to running more.
Are you game for a walking goal? Did you set a milage goal for the month? 100 miles in a month sound like too much? How about 2 miles a day? Let’s walk our way to Springtime!