Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Nothing But the Truth

Today's food intake:

Breakfast: 8 a.m., Starbuck's decaf plus heroin-laced blueberry scone.

Lunch: 1 p.m.: Cinnamon donut, decaf coffee

Snacktime!!: 6:30 p.m., One appletini, with some nice crusty bread. (This was to say goodbye to a co-worker, so I skipped a cross-training workout to go.)

Dinner: 8 p.m., two mini-pizzas (but they were whole wheat from Whole Foods! Cuz that makes a big difference.)

Oh, let's not forget dessert, people: ginger cookies (count unknown), specifically, "Ginger LOW FAT Cat Cookies for People."

I think I've written enough for one day.

No actually, I haven't written enough. So, I've been dutifully turning left for the past three three-mile runs:
Thursday: 32:51 (10:57/mile)
Sunday: 32:16 (10:45/mile);
Tuesday: 32:17 (10:45/mile).

And now, I'm pretty sure I can no longer run to the right. (Life is so complicated.) So, tomorrow, in order to confuse myself, I will try running neither right nor left, but instead will tackle my nemesis, my very own neighborhood in the extremely pedestrian-unfriendly 'burb of Bethesda, Md. That is, if I haven't died from scurvy or protein-deficiency during the night.

Let's hope our marathoning RBF-ers will inspire me this weekend.


Bolder said...

starbucks, scones, and appletinis... ahhhh, civilization.

Dawn - Pink Chick said...

lol...wish I could eat like that and get away with it. Good luck with your run tomorrow.

susie said...

I love to start my day with your blog. My neighbor probably wonders what I'm laughing at:) I *want* some of that heroin. Mmmm bluberries.

Lora said...

Cmon're worth eating better....that was fun, now it's time to "treat" yourself to what the bod needs.

Black Knight said...
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Black Knight said...

If only I knew what Starbuck's is. Is it a chain of restaurants?

Dori said...

You eat like I do! I'm addicted to the maple oat scone and I get mad if they run out before I get there. I sometimes have a bowl of cereal for dinner.

I love that Stefano doesn't know what Starbucks is--they don't have the chutzpah to put any in Rome. I'd much rather have a gran caffe at Sant' Eustachio.

Rae said...

Ha! If only I didn't know what Starbucks is!! Way to go on staying to the left...