New Camera

April 2, 2011

Today’s long run:

Distance: 11 miles

Time: 1:35

I felt okay—nothing great though. I just didn’t feel as though I had the energy I usually do.

I haven’t done a long run in a couple of weeks, so I’m sure my body was trying to find its groove again.


Here’s a run-down of some of my eats for the day—and some pictures from my new camera!

Basically I have no idea what I am doing with the camera! I promise I’ll get better though!

It had been far too long since I’ve had pancakes for breakfast, so it was time to remedy that this morning after my long run!

Greek Yogurt Pancakes with strawberry jam + Cashew Almond Peanut Butter + chia seeds + unsweetened coconut + maple syrupFor comparison, here are a couple of pictures from my point-and-shoot camera (Canon PowerShot A1000 IS).

Craig and I then spent about 2.5 hours running errands. Seriously, how does it take so long?

Food was the first priority once I got back!

A delicious wrap—and look, I even rolled it up this time!

roasted red pepper hummus + spinach + turkey + sprouts + tomato + black olives + feta

It’s all about trying to put as many different things in the wrap as possible!While out and about, we picked up this hearty loaf of Dakota bread from Great Harvest! This loaf literally weighed a ton!!

Love Great Harvest!

I am still working on getting the focus thing down. I have been trying to manually focus it (instead of using the automatic feature); I feel more professional that way! 😉

But as you can see, it still isn’t focused quite right. On the Saturday nights Craig and I don’t go out for dinner, our tradition has been to make pizza at home and watch a movie.

This weekend it was pizza and a movie night. 🙂

Yes, that would be 5 olive slices on 1/4 of my pizza because I wanted 1/4 of it to be different. I like variety. . . or am I just indecisive??

I’ve been on the hunt for the best pizza dough recipe for quite some time, and tonight’s dough definitely gave the others a run for their money.

This time I followed Jenna’s recipe for The Best Pizza Dough.

Since the recipe called for half whole wheat flour, I thought for sure it wouldn’t be as good. But, boy was I wrong! This might become my go-to recipe from now on! If it tastes just as good as the other recipes but has the added bonus of wheat flour, then count me in!

I love homemade pizza!

Once again, for comparison, here are two shots with my point-and-shoot camera.

Stupid shadows!

Craig and I ended up watching The Switch tonight.

Both of us thought it was a cute romantic comedy—not the greatest, but still enjoyable with a few good laughs.

I would give it a 3/5.


Time for bed!

    1. can we have pancakes again soon honey.

    1. Have fun playing with your camera! Everything certainly looks delicious!

      I had pancakes for breakfast today too, but I cannot flip them in one piece for the life of me!

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