In New York, Sectionals is the big show for cheerleading. Our varsity squad was five time defending champs going into it & the pressure was on. They practiced hard all through their February break. I cannot tell you how proud I was to watch these girls on the mat. I coached many of them when they were younger and it just makes me happy to see them out there performing! They nailed their routine & walked away as SIX TIME DEFENDING CHAMPIONS! This is a huge accomplishment & I am so honored to coach for our organizaiton. Go Rangers!
|Ella & KC|
KC is the daughter of our JV coach & is like a sister to me!
|with Kylie afterthe big win - one of the most talented girls I've ever coached|
|Ella & our Athletic Director |
He gets so excited when she is wearing her blue & gold!
Sunday - Rolling Hills for 4 miles
Monday - Progression Run for 3 miles
Tuesday - Rest Day
Wednesday - Easy Run for 3.5 miles @ 9:50/mile pace
|don't I look gorgeous after a workout?|
I really took it easy last night because my legs were just dead. I have no idea why they were, but I couldn't seem to get them moving in their normal rhythm. I got my miles in though, and I'm starting to get pumped about my 8 mile run on Saturday!
Eric texted me Tuesday afternoon to ask if we could go out to eat. I didn't feel like cooking & I was debating whether Tuesday or Wednesday would be my rest day - so I said YES! He wanted to go to Longhorn Steakhouse & I never turn down steak. I had a 6 oz. sirloin with mashed potatoes & a tossed salad. Longhorn makes their own ranch dressing & I could've ate four salads as my dinner. It was delicious. Miss Ella was incredibly well behaved too, which made it an enjoyable date night.
|Eric & Ella... who was very distracted by the balloon behind me|
Sorry this post was so random, just wanted to keep you updated on a few of the little things! What have you been up to lately?