Did you know that there is no thirteenth aisle on airplanes and that most airports have no thirteenth gate? And, more than 80% of hotels do not have a 13th floor? Nuts. Here are my favorite things from this week, superstition style.
5. Football superstitions. Not washing your jersey from the big game you just won. Um, gross. The Broncos players were pretty sweaty from their morning workout… Here are some more pictures from Wednesday’s Broncos Ability Clinic.
4. Garden superstitions. Rosemary and sage grow well in the home where the wife dominates. Hmmm, my rosemary is pretty puny, but the sage is rocking out. What does that mean? From the high heat streak we had at the early part of June, my zucchini, squash and cucumbers don’t appear like they will produce anything. Boooo. My herbs, eggplant, bell peppers and tomatoes are doing well, though.
3. Friendship Superstitions. Never give a knife as a gift, as it will cut the friendship. Good thing Nina and I don’t carry knives during our runs. Running with my running buddy, Nina is up there with one of my favorite things each week. When I feel like a superstar and run fast, she compliments me and keeps up and says things like “Whoa, you are moving!” When I feel like a slug and keep the pace way down, she compliments me and trots along with me and says things like “You look strong.” Sometimes she makes me iced coffee afterwards – she’s the best! Knives not included.
2. Runner’s Superstitions. Don’t wear your race shirt before you cross the finish line. I always assumed it was because you hadn’t earned the right to wear it yet. I’m going to the New Member Fun Run Saturday morning. Early. I’m meeting some of the Distance Divas girls early (like 5:30 early) to get some more miles in before the fun run starts. Plus, we will be plotting our Denver to Detroit marathon plans. Afterwards, we eat pancakes. Awesome.
1. Baby Superstitions. There are so so many. But our little Noah Bear was born on a Tuesday so he is full of grace.
Monday’s child is fair of face
Tuesday’s child is full of grace
Wednesday child is full of woe
Thursday’s child has far to go
Friday’s child is caring and giving
Saturday’s child works hard for a living
But the child that’s born on the Sabbath day
is fair and wise and good and gay.
We’ve had a fun week full of pool days and outdoor fun. He is super fun.I love his snuggles. I love his laugh. I could do without the fussy whine but hey, it’s part of the package deal.
Happy Friday, Y’all!!! Here’s to a fabulous weekend!