day 4

November 1, 2010 at 6:14 pm Leave a comment

I’m sorry for the silence! I am a neglectful blog-mother who was too busy moving out of her apartment (which included tying my mattress and boxspring to the roof of my car), interviewing for several jobs, tending to friend crises of all kinds, and taking on halloween dressed as a messy dorothy. more on that later.

i give you our final glorious day down south.

most of the day was spent running various errands and getting the boring stuff done. when it was finally afternoon, we hopped on some bikes and headed to john d. macarthur beach state park for a killer workout in the sand. whatever you’ve ever believed about working out on a beach and how hard it is, it’s at least 10 times harder than you actually think. don’t believe me? try sprinting for minute intervals over and over again and let me know how your calves feel the next day.

how cool is this tree?:

my favorite picture of the day:

after a grueling 45 minute work out involving sprints, burpees, mountain climbers, pushups, squats, lunges, and other forms of torture, we were absolutely covered in sand and ready for a swim. let me tell you, southern florida has some refreshing ocean down there. it was amazing.

when we swam our fill, we biked our way home and hurried to pull together a tasty dinner that would satisfy our thirst and hunger simultaneously. here’s what we came up with:

our favorite greek salad. with delicious puNkin beer.

it had romaine, tomatoes, olives, artichoke hearts, roasted red peppers, banana peppers, red onion, beans and feta. seriously must be the most satisfying salad combination. those greeks know what they’re doing.

well south, it was fun. thanks for your time.

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day 3 halloween funs

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