Hi guys! Happy Wednesday! How are we feeling so far this week?
So yesterday was Pi Day…did you eat pie for breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert?? Are you still in a pie-sugar coma? What’s your favorite type of pie? The only pie I had was this pizza pie. Which, in my opinion, is the best way to celebrate Pi Day.
And yes that gigantic pizza was just for Jesse and I. We take our pizza very seriously. It almost didn’t fit in the jeep when we picked it up. Seriously. I wish I could have reached for my phone to take a picture of the awkward pizza situation driving back home, but the pizza was in the way and I couldn’t move an inch.
Mr. Teeps would like to say hi. And he would also like in on that pizza action.
Anyone else having some sandal weather? My birks and chacos broke out of the closet this week and I’m not upset about it. Back home-home (how I refer to where I grew up), they are apparently getting blasted with snow. Do I miss that? Not one bit. I’ll keep my sandals, thank you.
Just like Loki keeps his pinecones.
Was it just me, or did anyone else forget about oranges for a while there? I’ve always been an apple fanatic, so oranges kind of take a participation award in my snack olympics. I had one this morning, and DANG, it was good. That combination of sweet and tart. I just love it. I think I’m hooked on oranges again.
Also, readers on the East Coast, you should probably up your Vitamin C intake since you’re probably in close, contained quarters with Stella. Stay healthy my friends!
Meanwhile in Colorado…darn, looks like we might get a little rain next week…
Sorry. That was rude. But I feel like I can post that kind of thing because I grew up in Upstate New York, so I truly get the weather situation over there and can joke about it. In Ithaca, you don’t see the sun from about October through May. But there will be snow, freezing rain, black ice and wind chill to keep you company. And then comes that muddy season called Spring (aka second winter) which may also involve a surprise winter storm…I’ve never been a fan of that season either.
Wegmans. If you know what I’m talking about here, I love you.
Okay so maybe I have some fond memories of the East Coast…getting snowed in is kind of fun, summers spent on the lake and knowing everyone, literally everyone, in your town. Speaking of towns, most of my favorite people to this day were raised on the East Coast. East Coasters, with that edgy, sarcastic personality where you don’t know if they’re being serious or maybe all that snow has given them a sick sense of humor. Must be something in the
water weather. And I love them for it.
While I’m not jumping to move back east right away, a certain someone (hem hem Jesse) fills my daily life with Vermont propaganda. Jesse says “Vermont is a mini Colorado” (aka “I’m silly and bought a cabin in VT and then promptly moved to CO”) Maybe someday…
In the meantime, I’m going to enjoy my sunshine, shorts and smoothies.
Wild Friends creamy PB + Califia Farms unsweetened almond milk+ super greens mix from Sprouts + Philosophie Cacao Magic+ frozen banana. Topped with Golden Flax Seeds & Unsweetened Coconut Shreds.
Is anyone else’s butt still getting kicked by daylight savings? I don’t remember it ever being so painful. After convincing myself to roll out of bed at the bright early hour of hem hem 7:30am, I made myself one of my favorite OG breakfasts – PBJ toast. You seriously can’t go wrong with this classic choice.
And yet another pinecone was brought inside from our run. Pretty soon I’ll have enough stored up to make this year’s Christmas tree out of pinecones. How hip. Also, speaking of Loki carrying things while running, did you catch Loki’s spartan training log the other day?
What’s your lazy day breakfast?
How is daylight savings treating you?