Today was my "hangout with Adrielle (mentee)" day. I was having a hard time figuring out what to do with her and I had been craving donuts for a while now SO we went to Krispy Kreme..mmmm healthiness. We both got chocolate cream filled chocolate iced donuts and they were glorious. We watched the blueberry cake glazed donuts fly down the conveyor belt and frying as they were being prepared to be shipped all over town and the best part of it was Adrielle had coupons for FREE donuts, so I only had to pay for her orange juice.
I was also able to tell her that when I was her age we were allowed to bring in snacks on our birthdays and I would ALWAYS bring in Krispy Kreme donuts, my dad would go and get them for me and bring them to school, how awesome was he?! When I told her the story she was honestly like, "you are so nice", I thought that was awesome haha! Anyway back to the unhealthiness, yes, the donut input part was enjoyable. Let's just saying the processing was not. My tum tum HURT when I got home, and I ended up getting a headache...sugar rush?!
Well guys, you'd think I'd learn right?! NOPE! last night I had mentioned to Michael that I was craving a nasty McDonalds burger. I probably eat there like twice a year if that but I was really craving one of those tiny cheese burgers (before we married Michael would frequent McDonalds more than I would like to think about, his poor body!)! So tonight after my stomach attack from the donut and UK's domination of South Carolina, Michael convinced me to head to McDonalds with him. It was a lovely dinner. And surprisingly my stomach didn't bother me at all after that.
|Michael loved his burger so much it was his photo of the day|
So, this is where I am now. Thinking back to, did I really eat that?! And you know why I am telling myself it is ok in my head? Because running has saved me. Becca met up with me at 9 am this morning and we rocked a pretty hilly 6.8 mile run on the hamburg/Man o War side of Lexington. It was wonderful to run with Bec again and I LOVED LOVED LOVED it. She pushed me through the hills, encouraged me, laughed with me, it was awesome. Her favorite part she said was when I asked (we had 2 options left = uphill after many hills we had already climbed or right = dead end and bushes) are we turning left? She said Yes and I replied sarcastically with "we would". Although I didn't enjoy the hills, I'm sure my body enjoyed the run, especially my glutes!
Well that's it for the day! Another busy day of studying and homework tomorrow! Goodnight friends!