Thursday, November 24, 2011

Miles and One Big Meal

Happy Thanksgiving!!

I hope you all had a great day! I was super pumped for the Turkey Trot 5K this morning, mostly because Brad agreed to do it with me!! This is the first race he's done and I'm hoping he'll catch the bug! I was thisclose to a PR but I'll get into that later when I review the race.


This is my 'hokie'. Pardon my bug eyes!!

I found a new place to take crappy pictures. Just to switch it up from the bathroom self portraits! And you can see my nativity at the bottom (my favorite Christmas decoration!!).

I'm using the Turkey Trot to link up with Alissa over at Journey to Thin for her Thankful Healthy Blogger 5k.

Thanks Alissa for hosting this!!

While Brad was working on our turkey (side note:  I usually just cook a turkey breast since it's just the two of us but we got a $15 Butterball gift certificate and Brad was dead set on making a turkey) I took Rileybear for a 5k walk. We stirred up all the dogs in our neighborhood and the two next to us. Whoops.

I wanted to walk to hopefully combat the calories that I'd be getting later. I also wanted to enter Kiley's 5k as well! She's doing a whole holiday series, you should definitely check it out! I did the Halloween 5k too! Thanks for hosting Kiley!!

Sorry Kiley, but my printer is out of ink! I pulled up the bib on my iPad, but you can see how well that worked out! And my partner in crime was being SUPER cooperative!!



So that was the workout part of my day. B-rad dominated the turkey and I took care of the sides.
And we've been lazy on the couch for the rest of the day!! Oh, and not to be outdone,  Riley got a big bone for Thanksgiving:

It lasted him about 10 minutes. For reals.

6 comments:

  1. Sounded like a fantastic day!!!! Happy Thanksgiving:)

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  2. Awesome run! Awesome turkey! Awesome new place to take crappy pictures!! Happy Thanksgiving!!!!!!

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  3. Hello! Thanks for stopping by my blog. I LOVE Asheville! Such a great town. My husband & I did the Turkey Trot last year. I did a couple of triathlons there this year. I actually won my first award at the French Broad Challenge.

    Looks like you had a great Thanksgiving. Your dog is adorable!

    Looking forward to reading!

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  4. Sounds like a great Thanksgiving! Great job with the virtual 5ks! I love your nativity set, I am thinking about dragging out the Christmas stuff today or tomorrow.

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  5. Great run! Sounds like a perfect Thanksgiving to me! I love your nativity. Allan's mom collects them and she has a beautiful Lladro that Allan got her when he lived in Spain.

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