It’s Friday! We have had a great week of celebrating great things, but it has left me a little sleep deprived! I have a short post for today, so here we go. I am linking up with Erika, Narci, and Andrea for Friday Favorites!
Favorite 1 – 7!! Here is my favorite 7 year old! Luke’s birthday was yesterday and we celebrated him all day! He picked breakfast, Jeff joined him for lunch in the cafeteria, and then we went out for a delicious Mexican dinner. He is my giggly, jumping, sound effects buddy! We love our Luke!
Favorite 2 – Books! I shared my favorite author’s summer books on Tuesday and am already chomping at the bit to read them. But, like I said on Tuesday, I wait until school is out so I can fully enjoy them! Only 39 school days until I will be a Summer Beach Reader! Not that I am counting down or anything…
Favorite 3 – Baseball! Jack had his first complete travel baseball game on Wednesday. The Cardinals won!! He was very excited and we are so proud of him! Luke had a great game on Saturday with the Muckdogs!
Favorite 4 – Sunshine! The weather this month has been challenging! It has been raining or cold a ton. Spring sports aren’t quite as fun when it is raining or cold, but we have gotten a few glimmers of sunshine and that is wonderful! I am looking forward to the sun sticking around!! Saturday was beautiful for a run and baseball!
Favorite 5 – TAPER! I am officially tapered and ready to run half-marathon number 3! The girls and I hit the road tonight for our half-marathon. We have been training for a few months and we are ready! We are running a short boardwalk mile tonight to keep my streak alive (day 475), a 5k tomorrow, and the half-marathon on Sunday. Watch out Coastal Delaware Running Festival, here we come!!
That’s it for this week! Have a great weekend full of sunshine and books! If you are in the mood to send some cheers out into the universe on Sunday morning, I can think of at least 5 runners that would really appreciate it!!
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Personal: Mystic Summer by Hannah McKinnon (I stopped America’s First Daughter because I just wasn’t in the historical fiction mood lately. But don’t worry, it is good and I’ll go back to it!)
School: Super Gifted by Gordon Korman and Lunch Lady and the Cyborg Substitute by Jarrett J. Krosoczka