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IT FINALLY HAPPENED I DID IT

OVER 1000 EGGS IN

AND AFTER TAKING A BREAK

I FUCKING DID IT

I HATCHED A FUCKING SHINY ADAMANT MUDKIP WITH 5 PERFECT IVS

I DONT CARE THAT HIS MISSING IV IS IN HP.

HE’S STILL GOT IT IN ATK, DEF, SP DEF, SPEED (AND SP ATK WHICH I DONT CARE FOR) IM CRYIGN

I NAMED HIM ROCOCO IN PANIC BECAUSE ITS A DEFAULT NAME I USED WHEN BREEDING IDK

IT FINALLY HAPPENED

THE TERROR CAN END

I NO LONGER HAVE TO HATCH MUDKIPS

I AM FREE

THIS IS A SIGN FROM THE HOENN GODS

And after a month and almost an hour of pain and strenght (from both)…

—-x—-

Shaden: You did it… see?… You’re my brave girl…

Sammy: WE made it…I’m so h-happy…

Shaden: I love you… Sorry if I did something wrong… I’m happy too…

Sammy:  I love you too….and well, you didn’t, don’t worry. You were the best, like allways…just perfect.

—-x—-

After this…Sammy and Shaden took their warm milk bath. They talked about it, how they loved each other and ejoyed their cuddles and the egg close to them… So after this they went to sleep. The new mommy and daddy are in need of a real long rest.

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Breakfast 10/13/2014: Morsel, 4754 University Way NE, Seattle, WA

Me: The Fast Break biscuit sammie.

The fiance: The Spanish Fly biscuit sammie.

Super savory breakfast sandwiches on cheddar chive biscuits. The Fast Break came with your standard American breakfast items: bacon, egg, cheddar, and a wonderful roasted tomato jam. The Spanish Fly was like The Fast Break on a more refined level: prosciutto, arugula, fried egg, manchego cheese, and Mama Lil’s pepper aioli. 

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Reflecting On 2012

Happy New Years Eve, party people!! I can’t believe the end of 2012 is here!

I’m not much into resolutions because I feel those can be broken so easily. Rather, I set goals for each year and then set smaller goals to help achieve them.

A year ago today, I decided I wanted to start a blog. Healthy living has always been an interest of mine, but it quickly became a passion for me that I wanted to share with others. It took about 5 months before I finally plunged in and started Nut Butter Runner. And honestly? It has been one of the best things that I have done this year! I can’t wait to continue on in 2013 and see where it takes me. 

Another goal I set for myself was to sign up for a marathon. Although my marathon is the beginning of next year, I signed up and have been training hard for it. I can’t wait to finally get to race day and accomplish 26.2 miles!

Trying on clothes at lululemon yesterday…yes I was too cold lazy to take my leggings off! ;)

2012 also came with some big changes: I got married! Now, I just need to finish changing my name on everything! Ha!

Workout

Speaking of training for the marathon…remember yesterday when I had mentioned that I was kind of bummed that I couldn’t get my last long run in? Well, I am still a little sad I didn’t get it in, but I am happy that I am feeling better today! I managed to squeeze out 4 miles on the treadmill this morning! I could have kept going, but I didn’t want to push myself too hard on my first day back in the saddle. So tomorrow’s goal: 6 miles!

Breakfast

After a mini victory at the gym, I showered and started to make breakfast. An egg sammie sounded perfect to me!

I had a bowl of Greek yogurt with cottage cheese and cinnamon on the side, per usual. Some things just don’t change!

I toasted up an English muffin and topped each half with The Laughing Cow Swiss cheese and had one egg white with one “fried” egg. I realized I always call this “fried” even though I don’t actually prepare it that way. I just cook it with nonstick cooking spray until it’s “over hard”. I guess that would be the better way of explaining it? :)

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Now it’s time to start thinking of some goals for 2013! 

What are some of your resolutions or goals?

Dean and Sam waking up on Easter morning to find two small baskets on the kitchen table filled with a pair of socks and two bags of candy each. Cas just stands in the corner and sips his coffee. When Dean asks, “What’s this, Cas?” He smiles and says, “I read that it’s a human custom to have baskets from the ‘Easter Bunny’ ready for your family.”
Dean picks up the socks and smiles, “Thanks Cas.”
Sam already put his socks on.

300

Yesterday was a big day! It was my first day of my clinical rotations. For the next year I will be at a new location each month. So it was the mark of a brand new adventure! And let me tell you…it is something to get used to! I worked the “night shift” last night, which changed up my entire “usual” eating times. Since our “dinner” break was at 5 p.m., when I got home at 8:30, I was ready for some food! Thankfully, we had all sorts of goodies.

I made myself a treat: banana, pineapple, and raspberries all topped with NuttZo!

And even though it’s May 7, it’s time for my 2013 goal check-in! Last month’s goal was to complete my 8th half marathon, which we already discussed. My pseudo-April goal was to incorporate more yoga into my week, which was also a success! This month’s goal is to work up to 300 sit-ups. In order to do this, I will be doing an ab routine each morning and night that I will share once I figure out my plan! :)

Workout

Yesterday, I went for about a 50 minute run that I believe I did about 7 miles. I’m still taking part in the #RunFree4Me challenge so I am not positive. Since I was feeling so good, I was really curious about my pace, but decided it wasn’t worth breaking out the watch for. Mainly because when it comes down to it, do time and distance really matter? At the end of the day, I am able to run and enjoy the run, which is what fitness really should be about. The internal motivation to be a better person is always a good thing, but it’s also important to step back and have fun and enjoy each moment.

Today is a rest day, but since I needed a little “endorphin adrenaline” I did one round of my pump it up circuit. Tonight I’ll be working on those abs!

Breakfast

I had one thing on my mind this morning: a dunkin’ egg!

So I threw together a dunkin’ egg sammie! 

I also had a bowl of plain Greek yogurt, cottage cheese, and strawberries.

Perfect little breakfast to get me through the morning!

Oh yeah, and I am on facebook now. Yep. That happened. 

Don’t forget to enter my NuttZo giveaway!

Have a great Tuesday, friends!

04/14/2015

Nice run today. But I talked about that already.

Food: V8 and egg flat bread sammies; protein granola bar; chicken and veggies, chicken wild rice soup; pistachios; salmon and broccoli sautéed in coconut oil.

Kept under my calorie range. Hungry but I’m done eating for the day.

It's The Little Things

Hi long lost friends!

I am back. My exam is over and I am relieved!

Tuesday I spent all day at school studying away. I ended up calculating that I was there for over 16 hours. That’s not anything out of the ordinary when exams roll around. We have midterms in a few weeks that I’m sure will be repeats of my fun times at the library!

Of special note, when I got home late Tuesday night/Wednesday morning, I walked into a cleaned house, flowers, and a sweet note from Matt. His support is key for me to stay focused and succeed in school.

It’s honestly the little things. The little things make the biggest impact. The little things are the most meaningful. The little things make a big difference. And it’s the little things that make me the happiest!

Breakfast

I felt like I deserved a little special breakfast this morning, so I went with the always delightful egg sammie. 

That would be one egg + one egg white on a toasted English muffin with The Laughing Cow Swiss cheese.

I also had a bowl of some Chobani plain Greek yogurt topped with trail mix granola. Absolutely delicious!

Well it’s another day that I will be spending at school, but I am certainly grateful it will not be another 16 hour day! I’ll catch you guys tonight!