You must check out the latest blog I’m am obsessed with: The Hungry Runner Girl.
This girl is funny, entertaining, full of life, and a speed-demon–trying to break 3 hours in the marathon at Boston this year!!
Oh, and she ran a marathon this morning. . . at 5 a.m. . . . for a training run. . . . on the treadmill! Seriously, this girl is my inspiration!
Craig and I had so much fun going out for lunch today. 😀
We had fun with the camera while we waited for our food.
As always, our service and food were amazing!
Our waiter was knowledgeable, courteous, and checked in periodically but was not over-bearing. AND we got to sit by the window, so I was able to take pictures in natural light!! 😀
I ordered the Spinach & Prosciutto salad:
I will definitely be ordering this again! Divine!
Craig got the Field Greens with Baked Camembert salad:
This must be a new entree because it wasn’t listed on the menu online, but it included grilled tofu served over a bed of Israeli couscous salad, garnished with pecans on the side.
Craig ordered the: Panang Beef Curry
When we were done, we busted our butts back to the car because it is super cold outside today! I am now wearing my big, thick winter boots in the house and sipping hot tea trying to warm up; however, my feet are still like icicles.
In store for tonight: The Bachelor with my friend Katie 🙂 and getting ready to go back to work 🙁 .
Okay, I need to know. . .
Last night, as I was putting wet clothes in the dryer, I checked the lint trap to see if it needed cleaning; it did. I knew Craig had just taken his clothes out of the dryer, so I made the comment to Craig that he needs to get in the habit of cleaning out the lint trap after he takes his clothes out of the dryer. He responded by saying, “I don’t check the lint trap after I take my clothes out of the dryer, I do it when I put my clothes in the dryer.” He said this is how his family did it when growing up.
This means I will always be the one cleaning the lint trap because I am in the habit of checking (and cleaning) the lint trap after I take my clothes out of the dryer, so it will always be clean when Craig goes to put his clothes in the dryer. I figure cleaning the lint trap after drying my clothes is the courteous thing to do because it is my lint.
So what’s your take on this?
When do you check the lint trap and clean it out? Do you clean it out even if there’s just a small amount of lint? (I do. I’m a little OCD. Craig says the trap doesn’t have to be cleaned each time.)