Our girls' night in on Saturday involved homemade personal pizzas, Scattergories (which I dominated) and watching Clueless, my favorite movie from the 90s. It's even funnier than I remembered!
Look at those kneading skills!
Me, Danielle and my boring pizza. This is my weekend look -- no make-up and workout clothes. I'm lucky my friends can stand to look at me. ;-)
Rebecca's masterpiece. She definitely won the prize for Best Pizza.
I also completed my first long run of Boston training this weekend! It was 12 miles of sheer joy. I felt so grateful to be out there. My friends, Susan and Joey, were kind enough to join me on their bikes. We met up afterwards for some Fro-Yo deliciousness.
I got see these lovely faces after 12 miles:
My beautiful path
Coronado Island. Flat as a pancake.
I called it an early night and watched Unbreakable in bed. I never get tired of that movie! I so wish I could be friends with Tony Krupicka and those guys. It makes me want to move to Colorado and run in the mountains. But then I remember CO has snow and cold weather and the idea quickly goes out the window.
I spent MLK Jr. morning enjoying coffee outside with my dear friend, Rebecca, and going to the dog park. The afternoon was spent yet again on my friend Susan's deck in the sun. Later, Rebecca and I hung out at one of our favorite coffee shops, Influx in Little Italy, and then cooked an insanely delicious dinner together. It was definitely picture-worthy but I was far too hungry and excited to snap a photo. We made portobello mushroom ravioli with sauteed collard greens and sweet potatoes topped with fresh chives and lemon zest. It was to die for!
Did you have MLK Jr. Day off?
What is the weather like in your neck of the woods?
It's going to be 79 degrees here today!