Friday, May 28, 2010

I Am Still Thinking About It!!

I am still thinking about the events of this morning.
It began when my alarm was set to go off at 5:35. (Yes, at that time in the morning five minutes does make a difference). I opened my eyes at 5:34 to see if it was almost time to get up. YES!! I jumped out of bed, put my running clothes on, scarfed down my banana, and drove to my moms house for our first early morning run of the season. I was thinking we would do a nice leisurely run, but she had a different plan. She wanted to take on the four mile hill climb. AHHHH, not the four mile hill climb. I don't know if I'm ready for the four mile hill climb. I didn't want to tell her that, so I reluctantly agreed. Do you think I made it?

YES!!! I did it! Talk about a huge mental booster. The best part is, my legs and rear are only slightly feeling the effects. BEST RUN EVER! I'm still thinking about this morning.

Then to top it all off, I made this for breakfast:
1 sunny side up egg with the yolk completely cooked

1 Sandwich Thin Toasted

2 tablespoons of Avocado

1 ounce of mozzarella cheese melted from the egg and toasted bread
All for a whopping 310 Calories and a full belly for hours!
OH MY! I don't usually reflect back on a healthy meal and anxiously wait to try it again, but this one is going to be repeated in the morning.


  1. Alicia, your morning definitely sounds repeat worthy. I might follow your lead and try for a morning like that. What fun! You go girl!!!!

  2. Wowzer, good for you Alicia. Your breakfast looked yummy. Have a great weekend, we're off to the beach with Dragonfly and Audrey. Should be fun once we get there.

  3. You can always do more than you think you can with a positive mental attitude. Way to go! That's AWESOME Mz. Fitness Freak.

  4. Obsessing about a great workout and healthy meal, that is totally a fitness freaky thing to do!


  5. That hilly picture and sunny breakfast are so cheery. Your mom sounds like she could be a personal trainer.

    I agree with Mindy and what's more: think that a 4 mile run up hill before 6 am is totally freak-worthy.