I want some more of it 🙂 The concert Saturday night was awesome!!
We saw Tim McGraw with Lady Antebellum and Love & Theft. I’m really not a huge Love & Theft fan, but I love Lady Ant (obviously – I saw them twice last summer!). And who doesn’t like Tim McGraw?! It was a great and fun concert with the sisters!
A super crowded sold-out show!
Note the lady in the pink shirt standing up. She was literally getting low to the ground and grinding on her boyfriend like a stripper pole. Highly appropriate.
We bought a pack of lawn concert tickets for 6 different shows for a really good deal. The first concert of the pack was Brooks & Dunn last month. Good thing all the concerts are great bands that we love! And we still have 4 more shows to look forward to this year 😀
On the way to the concert, we stopped at Quiznos and I got a regular sized Veggie. Lettuce, (extra) onions, tomato, olives, guacamole, mozzarella & cheddar cheese on wheat with honey bourbon mustard instead of the red wine vinaigrette.
I normally don’t get cheese on my sandwiches because I honestly can’t taste it with all the other goodies, but for some reason got it this time. And I still couldn’t taste it. The only cheese I usually like on sandwiches is havarti – creamy and I can taste that one!
I started this morning out with some toasted sandwich thins with PB & Smucker’s strawberry jam (yay no HFCS!!)
+ another 1/2. So 3 halves total.
I then set out on my run! I was excited to tackle one of my favorite runs here at home, but I knew it would be tough. It’s quite hilly – only about 1/4 of the run is flat. One of the hills is a pretty steep 1 mile climb. And the other 2 are very steep. I kept up a steady 5 minute run:2 minute walk ratio. But then during the long hill, I did 2.5 minutes run:1 minute walk to spread out the walking breaks.
Distance: 6.5 miles
Time: 1:06.40 (including all breaks)
I was SO THIRSTY! Thank goodness my sister was babysitting in this neighborhood and she drove by about halfway through. And luckily she had a waterbottle to give me! Thank you dear sister!! 😀
Such a tough tough runs, and those hills killed me. I was proud of myself for finishing, but it’s so weird to think that this run used to be my favorite one I would do multiple times per week with no trouble whatsoever. I’d usually even add on extra side streets to make it 7-9 miles.
Once home, this diet coke was smiling at me from the fridge.
So refreshing. I love you.
I had this along with some leftover chicken and veggies I found in the fridge.
I come home for the weekend, and what do I end up doing? Grocery shopping!! I hit up Whole Foods (which we don’t have at school) and Costco for my mom.
Whole Foods hot bar! What I can remember – sweet & sour (I think?) tofu (which was DELISH), sauteed & seasoned veggies, small chunk of polenta (which was dry and nasty), and a dolma (stuffed grape leaf – yummmm).
Rest of my afternoon snacks:
Few bites of my sister’s froyo from Costco. The vanilla side of course (which was melty and blah. Not a huge fan of Costco yogurt. It tastes funky to me).
Half a roll with Nutella (found in my pantry – yay! Legit).
And some hemp ice cream (love this flavor).
We had a late dinner (7:30) so I kept snacking.
But dinner was worth the wait! Delicious burrito – chicken breast, veggies, black beans, brown rice, guacamole, lime sour cream, lettuce & tomato in a whole wheat tortilla. MASSIVE.
Other bites and nibbles today:
- Couple handfuls of veggie sticks
- Costco samples – angel food cake, flatout wrap, chicken sausage, veggie burger
- LOTS of carrots + BBQ sauce/ranch dip
- More Tempt ice cream (I ate a little more than 1/2 of the container throughout the day/night)
What was the best concert you’ve ever been to? Or who would be your #1 choice to see in concert?
My *Nsync concerts back in the day probably top out. They were such an entertaining show! And I was beyond obsessed with them, so that just adds to the excitement 🙂