I am so tired I find it hard to believe that I didn’t run a marathon this morning!
5 hours on your feet is the same as 5 hours of running, right!?
We were up at 5:30, there and set up by 6:30 and slicing bread by 7.
Our fancy new EZ UP tent!
I SKIPPED COFFEE THIS MORNING! And surprisingly I felt great all day (although I am very tired!) But my persistent shoulder ache seems better today – weird!
At 7 – just before we started serving – we had breakfast.
A honkin’ slice of Dakota with a mashed banana and Sneaky Cinnamon. Matt and I each had a half (it was bigger than it looks!)
I also had to taste test the Cinnamon Chip, which was the best I have had yet! It’s 100% whole wheat! [Made with golden wheat flour, which is lighter in bran flavor] Add to my eating adventures another end piece of Dakota mid-way through!
The star of the show:
Cinnamon Chip + Dakota were our flavors today. We had a steady stream of runners this time – nothing like the cluster crowds at the 10 Miler. And today was definitely less intimate – I think more people were from out of town.
I did have over 15 people say hello as KERF readers!!!! That was so exciting!
We were lucky to be inside, but it was still pretty freezing! I left during a lull to get coffee for Matt and hot tea for me from the coffee shop nearby. Peppermint (caffeine free) with some cream.
We wrapped things up and walked in a misty rain back to Faith + Tate’s where we parked our car. I’m calling 2 miles of walking and a lot of standing my activity for the day and spending the rest of it cozy in my home!
After a bread-a-licious morning, I was ready for veggies for lunch
Matt made some basic olive oil hummus and added FLAX for crunch! Whole flax seeds. Loved that texture! [Yes you need to grind flax of optimal ALA absorption, but whole they still provide fun + fiber]
I also had a cucumber, carrot, celery, ginger, lemon juice. Mixed with some seltzer, which was not the best idea because it watered it down more than it made it fizz
Served with jam and plain yogurt
—Tomorrow’s high is 80.
—Monday’s high is 88.
—But right now I have the heat on with a fleece and space heater.
April sure is indecisive!
Last night we had more insomnia, although less than the night before, which is why I’m so tired. I think our brains are too busy with the bakery to relax or something. It seems to hit at 2-3am every night and is affecting BOTH of us! I got up and found our summer fan, which cooled the room (yes, we were hot last night with the heat off!) and helped with noise.
Not sure what’s on the afternoon agenda – reading, maybe some writing, maybe a movie, maybe some yoga.