Happy Monday! Who is ready for Thanksgiving? I know I am! I’m going to pick up my Turkey Trot race packet today! Woo!
How about a little weekend recap?
My Friday started off with a track workout and a free cappuccino.
Not a bad start!
After a full day of classes, I packed up and headed home for the week. From there, I threw on my school colors and headed to our rival school for the night. I have a ton of friends that go to Cal, and this was Big Game week-our rival football game! As you can imagine, I was pretty popular rocking my red on the streets of Berkeley the night before Big Game.
Our night began with a pizza dinner from Sliver, one of the many gourmet pizza places in the area. We then went and saw Mockingjay. I actually liked it a lot more than I was expecting. I don’t remember liking the book much but the movie was good! And I thought they split it off at a good point.
After the movie, we chatted and then watched Pitch Perfect, which I had never seen.
Luckily, we managed to sleep through all the rain expected and wake up the next morning to a partly sunny day. First stop was brunch, where I got a chicken and avocado omelet.
From there, we went to a restaurant to watch the football game from. Let’s just say I was definitely the happiest person there. WE WON!
At halftime, we stepped out to grab froyo from my friend’s favorite place. It was super thick and delicious. I got pumpkin and chocolate, with cookie dough!
After the game, I headed home to hang out with these guys:
Sunday morning began with a 6 miler along one of my favorite trails.
Followed by lunch at the Whole Foods hot bar.
My lunch of choice was macaroni and cheese with butternut squash, plus some assorted salads.
For dinner, I shockingly met up with my sister. This is shocking because she is so busy and I never see her! We went to a Russian restaurant, and I got some delicious mushroom dumplings. They were served with onions and a sour cream type of sauce! So good!
This weekend was such a fun way to kick off Thanksgiving break! There was one casualty though.
My shoes had a small rip in them before I left for Berkeley, and I figured it wouldn’t be an issue. It quickly became worse (than the picture) and let’s just say I was lucky my toes weren’t sticking out, given about half the shoe is disconnected to the soul. Oops…
What did you do this weekend?