This week went by a lot faster than last week. I haven’t done any life update posts for a while, but that’s because I’m boring.
Something I common I hear about blogging is: I don’t live an exciting life that anyone cares…
Well, we both have something in common! Believe me, I don’t have that exciting of life either! I just run work, and try and go to diners. I wish I had more free time to travel the world, but alas, you can’t do that if work. So here I am boring but updating you on life.
My husband and I decided to get each other cakes this year for Valentines Day. To be honest, it was the greatest decision ever. Flowers die, I don’t wear a lot of jewelry, and I like cake.
We celebrated with an at home meal of squid and sea bass. Squid is one of my favorite seafood. It’s easy to prepare, as you can sautee it in oil like any other fish. This is the recipe we used. It’s easy and not intimidating.
We enjoyed relaxing at home as well as our cakes. No, we did not eat it all in one sitting, but I can’t say there is much left nearly a week later either.
This week there has been a lot of excitement outside of blogging as well. Olympic Trials? Grammys? Why is my husband researching Shamwows?
Olympic Trials: (Here is a quick overview)
Here are my two cents (Which obviously have little to no value since I’m just a spectator…)
Personally, I’m very happy all three women who made the Olympic team. Would it have been different if Kastor had been healthy? Or if the weather was a little bit cooler? Possibly but each of the women who made the team has worked hard.
I do have a question left unanswered: Why didn’t the reporters give Sara Hall the respect she deserved? For a while, she was a contender but was left out most of the time.
I wasn’t as familiar with the men’s side, so I won’t pretend to be too knowledgeable about it.
Everyone knows Meb. Everyone was distraught when Ritz was forced to drop out.
Am I surprised Rupp won? Yes and no. I don’t believe Salazar would have race his debut marathon if he didn’t think he would win. I do hope he remembered to wear sunscreen and that he does in Rio. I haven’t seen any week later photos so see if he was sunburnt….
I seem to be the only person not as familiar with Jared Ward.
I had a few elites favorite a few of my tweets talking about them, so that was neat. Twitter is nice like that…talk about someone (good/bad) and it calls back to haunt you.
I hope each athlete competing was clean, and I’m excited for the Olympics to play out and how each athlete trains in the next few months and does. Winning the Trials doesn’t mean you’ll medal. I could dedicate multiple blog posts to geeking about this sort of stuff.
That’s all I have this week. Unlike last weekend, I’m looking forward to a beautiful weekend.
Questions for you:
Are you racing this weekend?
How was your week?