I was cleaning out my desk the other day, and came across this age group award, that I won a few years ago. It was for the Adirondack Deer Run 10k, a small (maybe 65 runners?) race they held to raise funds for Kiwanis. It was so small, that they timed it with a stopwatch, I don't even recall what my time was. I do remember that it was unseasonably hot, and it started at 10:30 in the morning. They sent me this certificate a couple of weeks later. I'm definitely not the speediest of runners, so I think this will be my one and only race award!
To continue your viewing pleasure, here is a photo of that bathroom shelf that I keep knocking things off of. I had the chance to try this Herbal Foam Cleanser, by Doctor D. Schwab. I'm picky about cleansers, I don't like them to have too many bells and whistles, because I get that from my all my anti-wrinkle/anti-blemish creams (it drives me nuts that I have to use both of those suckers). The cleanser is oil free, the scent reminds me of fresh cut grass. I thought it would foam up more, but it does what I hoped it would, my skin felt very clean, but not dry. I learned about the cleanser from America's Nutrition, a website that has everything from the bath products, to supplements and fitness gear. I like how you can shop their site by health concern, they definitely have a lot to explore.
It's Friday again.
And I'm officially a brunette again.
And I'm going to tell you what air headed move I made this week. After buying my new running shoes, I took the kids to Wegmans. After shopping, we headed out to the Jeep, where I noticed the back passenger door was WIDE open. I figured my shoes and $10 worth of GU would be gone, along with the EZ pass, sunglasses, and whatever else was in there that a thief might want. And go figure, everything was still sitting there. Thankfully.
And as soon as we got home, the first thing Luke said to Mike was "Guess what Mommy did!!!"
Please note that I received the Herbal Foam Cleanser for the purpose of this review, my opinions on the product are entirely my own.