It was a gorgeous Sunday with temperatures in the 50s so we took advantage and went for a nice walk. Most of the walking trails were clear of ice and snow. I made the mistake of wearing a pair of shoes that have always been a bit tight. By the time we’d done about a mile my feet were screaming. As soon as we got to the car I headed to a nearby shoe store and bought some new treads. The shoes I was wearing were a half size too small, so no wonder my toes were numb.
I tried on several pairs of shoes but when I put on these New Balance ones I knew I’d found my fit. They felt like slippers. I am so glad I went to Sneakerama where they specialize in running shoes for my fit. I am not a runner, but a walker can always benefit from a good fitting pair of running shoes.
I tried another new recipe this weekend. An Apple Pie and Almond Butter Chia Pudding and it was really good. My picture is not as nice as the one with the recipe, though. I had a few fresh blueberries that I included, too. This made a nice filling breakfast.
By the time we got home from our walk and the shoe shopping I was out of the mood to get back into the kitchen. I spent a lot of time at noon making pancakes, most of which I stored in the freezer for future eating. So we went to the nearby Ninety Nine Restaurant for dinner.
We both ate salads. Don had the Chicken Kabob Salad and I had the Fire-Grilled Cobb Salad.
I am so excited that I’ve figured out how to upload images from my phone directly to the blog instead of linking over from Flickr. Now I am getting ready to go sleep-watch some Food Network shows!