Tomorrow is the last day of the Holiday Bootie Buster Challenge, so I wanted to make sure I got in a run today to rack up some last-minute points!
I took a 3-mile run with Wewii this afternoon, and my time was under 30 minutes! This included stopping at street crossing and a few potty breaks for the pooch.
|My running buddy|
Diet Tip of the Day
As a wedding gift, Joe and I received a George Foreman electric grill from my awesome brother. It can be used indoors or outdoors, and tonight we used it to make dinner.
Since this grill can be used indoors or outside, it is really convenient for those of you who live in a colder climate. We've never tried it inside, but we use it on our screened-in porch and we've never had any problems. If you are looking for an easy-to-use grill, I highly recommend this George Foreman Electric Grill. We love it!
During our trip to New York, we visited a Catholic church. I've grown up going to Protestant churches and have never been to a Catholic church before. When I went in, I didn't want the differences in theology to get in the way of worshipping. I just took in all of the traditions and followed along when I could.
One big difference I noticed was the fact that we read from the book of Sirach during the Scripture reading. I had no idea what that book was, and after doing some research, I saw that the book is also called the book of Ecclesiastes. I looked up Sirach 3 (which I know in Ecclesiastes is the "There is a time for everything..." chapter), and it wasn't the same. If anyone is Catholic, can you help me out with this book of the Bible? I also wonder why it's not in the Protestant versions of the Bible. Please let me know if you know anything about this book. I like to be an educated individual :)
That's all for today! I'm planning a 9ish mile run tomorrow morning, then going to Medieval Times in Orlando for dinner with Joe to use our groupon. Should be a fun Saturday!