The past two days have been a crazy mix of laziness and productivity.
Yesterday, I came home straight from work to take care of my sick sweetiepie. He had migraines all morning and then was throwing up later in the day. Although he was feeling a bit better when I got home, we just ended up snuggling all night long on the couch. We watched Netflix for hours, mostly Arrow.
To be honest, I don’t mind one little bit. Given the choice, I’d snuggle with my husband over pretty much anything else – including eating peanut butter and chocolate, which I love.
Today, to make up for the lack of doing so little, I ended up doing a LOT.
Right when I got home from work, my husband and I rushed off to Savory and Sweet for dinner. We stuffed ourselves silly before my husband had to go to work.
This will be the second 5K I’ve been in with my husband.
The first time was required by my husband’s company. They sponsored the whole thing, but they also made us get up early in the morning and travel for a while to get there. Being a little out of shape, we walked the whole thing in little under an hour.
We had a lot of fun the first time around, so when I saw the sign advertising the walk/run Luck of the Irish 5k on the way home from work, I thought it might be fun to give it a go. SI’m happy the run is sponsored by an elementary school and will probably have loads of families walking together. The proceeds will go toward a new reading room for the elementary school, so it seems like a good cause.
The price was $12 a person and includes a shirt if you register before March 7. If you would like to participate, you can sign up here at Vineyard’s website.
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