Let's talk about what I just whipped up to take to our small group tonight for a snackity snack:
That's right. Pumpkin Spice Rice Krispy Treats. THE PUMPKIN RECIPES NEVER STOP!!!
PS- I found the recipe here if you're interested.
PPS- Did you see what they now have at Starbucks? I want it so badly, but it was already sold out at the store I was at! Sad day.
Next, let's talk about how it's Wednesday, and how I've been a Weird Wednesday failure lately. And how failure the streak is going to continue into this week due to my current mental unstable-ness.
BUT, I do have one weird pic to offer you all:
|no cameras allowed in locker rooms? my bad.|
Who needs a waterproof Ipod case for pool running when you've got enough hair to just clip your Ipod in it? I clipped it in, and wrapped the cord around my bun a few times, and voila! I'm pretty confident the elderly folk in the 90 degree therapy pool I was running in thought I was insane. But who am I kidding? I am insane.
Anyways, remember last post when I told you about the current state of my knee, and that walk I went on to sit and write? Well here's some of what I wrote about:
If you haven't picked up on it by now, I'm a huge goals person. I typically make monthly goals, seasonal goals, even goals for the year. I have had most of my goals for New York in line now for a couple months, and I already know what some of my spring goals for 2013 are going to be.
I literally just you that I'm insane about two paragraphs up. You're preaching to the choir.
October. A fantastic month. Leaves are changing and falling. Temps continue to drop. Girls and boys alike dress up in
|Not me. I was just a cute little helpless blind mouse.|
I decided to keep October simple, for my own sanity that I don't have.
2. Focus on strength. I've never been a big lifting girl, not my most favorite thing to do. But I plan to be much more consistent with strength training through October. This will also involve DAILY push-ups and planks, because both of those are easy to do no matter where I may be.
3. Be happy. This goes hand in hand with #1, but I sometimes end up separating my mental and emotional health from my physical health, which isn't good. It's a simply idea but lately I've found it hasn't been easy for me. And it's effecting me, and my relationships with people I love. And to be honest, current state I'm not completely sure what it will take to move towards a more consistent happy Kait. But I know I have to make some changes.
Because apparently I haven't been fighting hard enough. Lucky for me, I know how to fight pretty damn hard.
|Minutes after finishing The Boston Marathon, April 2012.|