Author: Jilligan
•9:06 PM

I got this treat for myself while I was in San Antonio at a real running store. We don't have such a thing around here. This skirt is great. It is a Lululemon running skirt. It has cute pleats in the back, a zippered back pocket, and two front little pockets. The compression shorts are great. They have a special elastic with little grippers that held the shorts in place.

I wasn't sure about what shirt to wear with the skirt. I bought a grey tank from academy to go with it but it was really really the wrong color. For those of you that know me, you should know I am a freak about colors matching. Anyway, I went with purple cause my sister had sent me a new purple headband so why not?

We had a pretty good rain shower this afternoon which helped cool things off considerably. It was in the 70s when I ran. The run felt great. I was going to do no less then 3 and felt like doing more when the bathroom woes hit me. I saw one of the neighbor girls about 1/2 mile from the house and told her I might need to borrow her bike to get home. I made it though, without the bike.

My DH is out working due to the storms and a lightning fire, my DD is at a slumber party and the two DSs are playing with friends. Beau is finally big enough to go out in the back yard with the big dog so I am enjoying the front porch alone. Wish I had some coffee.

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On August 11, 2011 at 9:47 PM , MrsPro said...

Love the new skirt!

On August 11, 2011 at 10:45 PM , Jo Lynn said...

You look SO incredible. I'm super happy for you.

I think I told you before, I always run in skorts. The compression shorts underneath are very comfortable.

You look so happy in that picture. Makes me smile. :)

On August 12, 2011 at 8:32 AM , Jodie said...

Oh!! Love the skirt - may have to search one out now.

Good job on the run - glad you made it back in time. Hope the linemen made it through the night. Can't believe y'all had a "cold front!"