2017-07-26 7:53 AM
12.21 miles this morning. great weather. 3 miles easy, 8@MP of 7:38. Actual Splits: 7:39, 7:37, 7:32, 7:37, 7:32, 7:35, 7:28, 7:33. 1 mile cool down.
I have done my ab and cardio video so now I am cooling down. Have a hair appointment at noon and my class this evening. I really need to read one more chapter for tomorrow's book club. Other than that, I am staying indoors.
Have a wonderful Wednesday!
P.S. - has anyone heard from Mark H or Deb?
Humidity coming back today.
So being it's a cool morning Misha got an extra long walk and we stopped by the Wahl mansion and played with their dog thru the fence. Crazy girls running back and forth, tails wagging, and a city block of wrought iron fencing between them.
After all that rambunctiousness I headed out for a 2 mile shake out kind of run. Icing the ball of my left foot and chatting with you all now. (Morton's neuroma? I hope not!)
And last night's adventure: I pitched my mom's angel cake pan when she died. I've spent the last several years hunting for one just like it. For some reason I insist it be circa 1940. I found one last night at Goodwill!!!!! And it had a blue tag which meant it was 1/2 off. $1.62 for the find of a lifetime. Life in the fast lane.
So what does the pan look like?
just a slightly dented well loved once piece angel food cake pan with feet. The one I received as a wedding gift all those years ago was a 2 piece. I thought it was really cool and modern but the batter always seeped in between the 2 pieces. And it didn't have cooling feet. Lost my temper and pitched it one day. That's when I wished I kept mom's and the search began. The one I found last night just screams WWII bride!!
I looked at my angel food cake pan and it does have feet but it is a 2 piece. I always worry about stuff seeping through but so far it hasn't.
I am googling the pans because I can't figure out what you mean by feet. Is this what you mean?
I'll be honest I am not sure what the point is to those "feet"
That's it. Just a dumb old pan, but really hard to find a one piece one. The feet keep the pan elevated as you cool the cake upside down to keep it from falling. Mom had small wood blocks that she put under the feet when the cake rose really high. The woodblocks had bumble bees carved into them. They fascinated me as a kid. I know I will never find those.
I know you can invert the cake on a wine bottle, but it's just not the same.
2017-07-26 9:43 AM
2017-07-26 8:47 AM
Up late with the kid so I slept in and did not have time for a run or workout this morning. I did a couple sets of a core workout and a .3 mile walk around the condos. I'll probably do a few more loops during the day. Not for the exercise but for fresh air and clear thinking.
Powered by mwForum © 1999-2015 Markus Wichitill