Thank you SO MUCH for all the wonderful comments and advice on my A Dilemma post!
It is comforting knowing that I am not the only one who is/was in a similar situation!
I don’t want to give the impression that my husband is the bad guy. He does feel awful that I am not happy, and there is a move in the talks. I just don’t know for sure when, and until that time I have to learn to cope.
It was so good to get out this morning and clear my head from yesterday’s dilemma. Some of your comments (those I had read before heading out) were also fresh on my mind.
I did a nice, easy 5-miler in preparation for tomorrow’s long run.
Distance: 5 miles
Time: 41 minutes
Weather: 42*, cloudy, a few sprinkles here and there
While out running, visions of a delicious, creamy bowl of oatmeal danced in my head.
Scottish oatmeal + milk + water + banana + chia seeds + vanilla extract + dash of salt
Lunch was a delicious salad with a ton of different toppings.
Pretty much an “everything-but-the-kitchen-sink-salad.”
I also had a container of Fage Greek yogurt.
Fage makes a great Greek yogurt, and I love these containers with the mix-in!
The bluberry-acai mix-in was great, but I could have bought a jar of blueberry jam, added it to the yogurt, and been just as satisfied.
After a very stressful day at work, I got into my car, turned the radio off, and sat in silence most of the way home.
I’ve been doing this more and more because after being in a gym with 20-25 yelling and screaming kids, all I want is peace and quiet!
This was actually not my dinner tonight. I just didn’t get a chance to blog about it before.
Craig and I made these sandwiches the other night, and they will definitely be making an appearance in our kitchen again! They were phenomenal!
After broiling it in the oven, I then topped my sandwich with pecans, fresh parsley, olive oil, and a fresh squeeze of lemon.