Citizen Cope spoke to me on my 4-mile run this morning:
Well a son’s gonna rise in a mile
In a mile
You’ll be feeling fine
In a mile you will see
You’ll be out of the dark, yeah
You’ll get your shot
I know this song has nothing to do with running, but the lyrics helped get me through my workout. In a mile, I felt fine. Those words were exactly what I needed to keep trucking along. It’s funny how music can really speak to you.
Have you ever had a song speak to you? If so, which one and why?
There’s were quite a few leftovers from last night’s taco bar, so I used them to make a kickass taco salad with all of the fixings. I never order taco salads in restaurants, but homemade ones are awesome because you can control what goes into them.
In the mix: iceberg lettuce, tomatoes, ground beef, avocado, salsa, and Greek yogurt.
After lunch, I enjoyed a sweet treat: Banana Soft Serve with butterscotch chips.
Mid-afternoon, I snacked on some Honey-Roasted Sweet Potatoes. I used this recipe, but only used sweet potatoes. They practically tasted like dessert!
Holy moly! I had no idea that my Blog Dogs series would be such a hit! I’ve received close to 300 photos already!! I plan to post every single one, but it’s going to take some time. So, my new plan is to make Blog Dogs a permanent weekly (or biweekly) feature on CNC. I’m posting the photos in the order that I received them in my inbox, so if you sent me a dog photo, keep a look out for it in the coming weeks.
P.S. Thanks for all of the supportive comments on my post this morning. I cannot tell you how much it means to me. I even got a little choked up reading some of them. You guys are the best!