^^^^ That’s my whiney voice. Ask anyone, it’s really pleasant to hear. Yesterday I set out in beautiful weather to run a 10K right by the governor’s mansion with The Senator.
I did too, but discovered it will take some adjusting. My goal was to hit 6.2 for time and walk until I hit 7 miles (that’s the route I chose). Instead, I did 4.5 miles for time and still had to walk until 7 miles because I’m a moron and do out and back type routes. It could have been worse, but I’m still disappointed. One a better note, the Senator ROCKED it out. He was loving every second of the run and was irritated with me when we stopped to walk home. 🙂
Sidenote – I LOVE having a Garmin watch. It makes me so happy.
Post run, I ate and then experimented in the kitchen again. I’m not fully sure what’s going on here because I used to not be able to even make Kraft mac n cheese and now I’m all about trying to make yummy treats in the kitchen. Who would have thought that the girl who set cookies on fire in elementary school would be making her own banana chips?
Perfectly Paleo Banana Chips
1 tablespoon cinnamon
a little less than one teaspoon nutmeg
1 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
Mix all the spices together. Slice the bananas into slices that are about 1/2 inch thick. Place them individually on a cooking sheet lined with the beloved parchment paper and sprinkle the spices evenly along the tops of them. Bake them on 450 degrees for roughly 20 minutes. I’d recommend checking on them after 15 because some of my thinner slices decided to start burning around then while my thicker slices were perfect.
Then, eat up! I love bananas and this is just another way to use them as a sinless dessert or snack!
How do you cope with weather changes when running?
What things have you royally ruined in the kitchen? Ha!
What’s your favorite way to eat nanners? 🙂