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5K and Food

On Sunday I agreed to participate in the Optimism Run for Parkinson’s Disease 5K that my wife helped create.  I was joined by my friend Natalie who really ought to have a running blog because she is obsessed.

I placed 1st in my age group and 24th overall with a time of 20:48!  NICE!  This  was 2:30 faster than my goal.

Later I had to make dinner for myself because Erin was working.  I made the best fish sandwich I have ever had.  I grilled Snapper and some onions and pablano chilies, and put fresh tomatoes on top.  I also grilled up some asparagus to go with it.  It was amazing.

I think that a big part of eating healthy is learning to cook.  Erin has turned into a great chef and it has defiantly changed how much we go out and helped me getting into better shape.

One Response

  1. I agree, preparing your own meals certainly does change your perspective on the foods you put into your body and diminishes the desire to eat out at restaurants,

    April 17, 2012 at 10:58 am

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