It was a COLD weekend here in Cleveland. I’m usually pretty good about running in the winter, as long as it isn’t too icy, but when I saw the temps were “feels like 14” and even colder, I just couldn’t bring myself to get outside. So that meant some treadmill runs and a bunch of other indoor fun this weekend.
Here’s how the week in general looked:
Friday started with a 3.25 mile treadmill run before the house got up. LM was starting to get restless while I was running, so I ended up getting in 2-ish miles, stopping, walking a bit, and starting again after she went back to sleep.
Friday also included some indoor running – for FW, not me – at the history museum. He got to run around and play in the children’s room.
Saturday morning included some baking – we made some toffee to bring to my Ladies Craft Beer Society meeting.
Not your usual LCBS photo – instead of beer and crafts, I got a photo of some of the kids playing. Don’t worry, there was beer AND crafts, just not photographed.
Saturday also included some grocery shopping.
And B made dinner! Some pasta and shrimp. I love seafood, but we hardly ever eat it because B doesn’t love it, so it was a nice treat.
Sunday morning I opted inside again. It was sunny but FRIGID when I woke up. I did a 20 minute run, checked on the kids (who were hanging out with B) and then got in another mile.
Then, FW and I made muffins. He is becoming quite the kitchen helper and I love it!
The weekend also included a trip to Target for our annual adopt a family shopping trip. Every year, B and I organized a local adopt a family program and pair up local people with families to buy for for the holidays. We buy gifts and groceries for the families. It’s a fun tradition, and I can’t wait until the kids are old enough to understand what we do. And after shopping, it was time for dinner at B’s parents’ house.
We were decorating their tree, which FW enjoyed. He’s definitely getting in the holiday spirit!
Some questions for you:
- Are you running outdoors or indoors these days?
- Do you like decorating for the holidays?