A weekend with no biking, what’s a girl to do? I guess all of those things that you don’t do when riding 40 or 50 miles
There was some shopping at craft shows. Although, I have to say I came away empty-handed. I bargained with John – he had to come to a craft show and we would then go out to lunch where he wanted. #8 in “how to make your marriage last” Feels a little like Christmas!
This was in a church and I have never been to this show before. Or in this church, either, for that matter. I love the stained glass:
Lots of good stuff, but as I said to John, it can be hard to part me from my money sometimes. I also found this sign very funny (not sure why) – and actually very true.
This church also has a school inside of it and this was by the classrooms.
Lunch was the Village Cafe in Greenwich. John had been hankering to go there for a football meal, but since I have won the last 3 weeks, we haven’t gone. Good stuff. I had an omelet that had ham, cheddar and granny smith apple slices. Usually I have that combo as a sandwich, but never an omelet. That would be a nice grain-free meal, other than my toast
Their bread is so good! John also got a slice of coconut cream pie to go. They make the most amazing pies there.
We also did some thrifting and again, I came away empty-handed. Bust of a shopping day, I must say.
I also made some grain-free almond meal crackers and will post the recipe this week.
These are tasty!
A nice day watching football. I did a little running. I am up to just about 2.7 miles now. Slower pace. I have found if I try to push it at all my thigh screams at me the next day. I like it to be quiet, so I will just do the slower pace. No poking the dragon anymore.
Here is a little bit of John playing piano today – he is practicing Peanuts for the holidays. He didn’t know I recorded this
Thankful thought of the day – thankful for my sister and how we are friends as adults (which we really weren’t growing up).