As I mentioned before Kelly has off school and work today for Fall break. I LOVE 3-day weekends! It’s feeling an awful lot like Saturday morning around here. Everyone is still in their PJ’s and we’re eating breakfast and watching cartoons.
I didn’t feel like making a mess of the kitchen this morning so I decided on cold cereal and apples for breakfast. I can’t seem to eat an apple without peanut butter anymore! The two go together like Oreos and milk. You just can’t have one without the other.
In other news, when I went in to check on my kids before going to bed last night, I found Everett like this:
Lying face down with his knees under his body and his butt in the air. I did a very similar pose in yoga class yesterday. Yes, the pose feels good, but I can’t imagine sleeping like that!
I always get a kick out of looking at other peoples iPods to see what kind of music they listen to. I am on a constant search for good workout music. I bought a bunch of new music for the Utah Half Marathon so I thought I would share the playlist.
Utah Half Marathon Playlist
Here are some youtube links:
- No Diggity by Blackstreet
- Bllas Finals: Price Tag/ Don’t you Forget About Me from Pitch Perfect
- Want U Back by Cher Lloyd
- We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together by Taylor Swift
- Eye of the Tiger by Survivor
- Centerfield by John Fogerty
- Footloose by Kenny Loggins
- Die Young by Ke$ha
- Hello by Karmin
- Goodbye Earl by Dixie Chicks
- Domino by Jessie J
- Don’t Stop Believin’ from Glee
- Wannabe by Spice Girls
As you can tell my music choices are all over the board. A few throwbacks from the 80’s and 90’s, a little acapella, some musical theatre, country, and pop hits. These songs kept me pumped up and gave me the extra push I needed during the tough times of the race.
What are some of your favorite workout songs?