Anyhow, just because our night is looking slow doesn't mean there weren't highlights of the day as a whole. My highlights included my bootcamp class this morning. I'm really going to miss going once my belly gets too big for jumping jacks, mountain climbers, and running drills. Mostly I'm going to miss seeing my girlfriends, with whom I gossip and complain in a fun and snarky way.
Lunch today wasn't too shabby either, thanks to a return of kale, good bread, feta cheese, and some tofu from Alfalfa's.
Mmmm...feta. Still not nearly as good as the feta I ate in Annecy, France, but a creamy treat nonetheless.
After lunch, I cleaned the house. Boo. But I'd eaten too many animal crackers and decided that in order to take the edge off being full I'd better walk around, clean stuff, vacuum, and mop. So I guess overeating is sometimes a good idea?
In the afternoon I drove down to town with David, who had a faculty meeting. I was expecting that we'd stay in town until meeting Heidi for dinner, but since she canceled we cut our town excursion short.
Not, however, before I had a chance to get a pedicure:
I know, right? What am I, like twelve? But it looked fun!
And lastly, a cute highlight of the day? Driving home with David when we saw a mini-herd of deer that included several baby/adolescent deer. We had to come to a stop to let them pass, so I got a pretty good shot of one of them.
A little mangy looking, but still really cute, right?
*What kinds of wildlife live near you? I don't want to freak out my mom in case she's reading, but one of our neighbors (about 1/3 mile away) caught this little cat on video outside their home:
That is not a house cat, people. In fact, it's a house cat and Ruki hunter. It's why David says we can't get another dog unless it's medium-sized or big. I say, get a small dog as insurance; the mountain lions will always go for the smaller prey and then we can be confident that Ruki won't get eaten:-)