Eating kale chips and watching Biggest Loser. I already had a glass of wine, but that doesn’t count, because wine is good for your heart.
I made kale chips using this recipe, because I always have leftover kale from making one of Casey’s favorite dinners, which is a copy cat recipe of Olive Garden’s Zuppa Toscana. I was pretty skeptical of the kale chips tasting like potato chips as the recipe claimed. It’s good to be a skeptic, because kale chips, in fact, do not taste like potato chips. They taste like kale chips. Still delicious, but still not potato chips.
Because I’m finished writing about kale, let me tell you about my run with Rachel today. I was hoping for an adventure that would result in a good blog post, but no dogs threatened our lives and we didn’t have any other near-death experiences. We mostly just talked about how we felt running once a day should allow us to eat whatever we wanted and still have those little stomach side muscles. But we also discussed a topic we had decided to discuss earlier today (see below). Sometimes it’s important to discuss topics to discuss before a run in order to make sure you will be well-entertained throughout the miles.
I saw on the news this morning that they want to make guns that can only be triggered by your fingerprint. Sounds fancy. That was my contribution. Rachel discussed sometimes wanting to carry a gun while we run. Because sometimes scary things happen. Like that dog that tried to eat us. NOT THAT I WOULD SHOOT THE DOG, I’M JUST SAYING. I try to keep this blog pretty uncontroversial. Unless you don’t like cats. In that case, you might consider this blog controversial, because I really like cats.
Speaking of cats: