Concrete jello legs

There’s no other way to describe my run today.

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My watch had no battery so I set out on a 40 minute run this morning.  My legs were already achey when I woke up but I figured a run would help shake that feeling.  So, so wrong.  Each step felt like a combination of jello legs as well as lifting concrete blocks at my feet. Not the most fun run but hey, air squats and jumping lunges will do that to you.

I switched up breakfast today and made a mexican omelet.

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Terrible photo of a falling-apart omelet, but it tasted great.  It was two eggs, green pepper, onion, tomato, jalepeno, and two veggie sausage patties.  This kept me full for awhile!

I spent the rest of the morning researching laptops (mine is on its last leg and needs to be replaced asap). My bank account is definitely going to appreciate that purchase.  I also applied to two more full-time jobs which always takes a lot of time (thanks to individualized cover letters). After all that screen time I needed to get out of the house.  I made a grocery list and was on my way!

I came across the strangest fruit while at the store!

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The bottom item is called “cucuzza sqush”, followed by the orange “horned melon” and the sea creature-like “rambutan”.  Never ever heard of any of these haha but on a day when I’m bored I might pick one up and try something out with it.

I made it out with some great purchases!

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And passed up some not-so-necessary ones 😉

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My favorite purchase of the day was something that I’ve been eyeing for awhile now.

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Machego cheese, brie, and a small jar of fig spread.   Ever since the grocery store had samples of sharp cheese and sweet fig spread, I knew one day I’d have to take the plunge.

I’m so happy I did because it made a delicious lunch when I got home!

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I’ll be back later tonight or tomorrow morning (depending on how late work goes) to share a healthy muffin recipe with you!  Enjoy your Tuesday!

 

 

 

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