This post could also be titled…The Weekend We Flew to the Isle of Wight for lunch.
8– the number of miles that Leah and I ran on Saturday morning, along the Thames tow path. It wasn’t pretty, it was painful but we got them done.
2– the number of times I thought I was going to be sick on the 8 mile run, (told you it wasn’t pretty!). After a fun night at Bubbledogseating hot dogs (highly recommend the truffle mayo on the hot dogs) and drinking champagne, I wasn’t feel too fresh the next morning.
30– Whole30 to be precise, I made breakfast for Leah, Tom and Jason before we left that was Whole30 friendly for Leah. Chorizo scrambled eggs, avocado, tomatoes, cherries, blueberries, raspberries and mango. (Find out more about Whole30 here or on Leah’s blog!)
200– miles an hour, the pace that we travelled from the airfield that Tom works at to the Isle of Wight. (It is seriously cool having a pilot as a boyfriend who can fly my friends and I around- like having a private jet. Almost.)
4– very smug, happy people sitting on the beach having lunch on the Isle of Wight in Bembridge. If you are ever there I highly recommend eating at The Beach Hut.
½– a lobster, many prawns and some crab are what Leah and I ate for lunch. The boys came all the way to the beach and had chicken Caesar wraps!
70-mins, the amount of time we were in the air. The views were amazing, although the ride was a little bumpy. Jason got to fly the plane for a while which was really cool, although it made Leah a bit nervous!
7– of my best girl friends and I watched Mean Girls at the open air cinema in Somerset House. It was the perfect evening for it, and we enjoyed a large picnic before the film. Fun fact for you (actually quite embarrassing), at school my group of girls and I were called the Plastics, whilst the other girl group in our year were called the EB’s (evil b*tches).
9– min miles, all of our miles were under this speed on a Sunday morning run with my friend Leo. We ran to South Ken to meet another friend for a well-deserved brunch.
50+– approx. number of times my friends and I laughed whilst watching Pitch Perfect on Sunday night.
Hope you had a great weekend.