Check one off the Bucket List!
It sounds like the Hood to Coast movie was a roaring success! I’m seeing lots of bloggers and people on Twitter inspired to run a relay race. Well if you’re new to my blog, check out my Hood to Coast Recaps here:
- The Begin of the Relay
- Leg 12 Recap
- After My First Run
- Leg 24 Recap
- Hurry Up and Wait
- The Home Stretch
- Leg 36 Recap
- Crossing the Finish Line
- Because You Can’t Do Epic Alone
You can read the adventure of 197 Miles in order and I’m sure it will inspire you to try a relay race (or any kind of running race). Just be careful of injuries. I know from experience.
Since I didn’t have tickets to see the movie, I had a low-key night at home. Michael and I made fajita salads for dinner.
The flank steak is good for making fajitas. Michael made his awesome guacamole. As a compromise we decided to make salads instead of traditional fajitas in tortillas. I knew I’d eat a lot of guacamole and wanted to save a few calories to splurge on it.
Michael and I recently had a debate about horror movies. In his opinion Jaws is THE scariest horror movie of all time. His rational is that since Jaws is about a man-eating shark it could totally happen in real life therefore it’s the scariest.
I think those two movies are by far the scariest. As someone raised a Catholic I totally believe in spirits and the afterlife. That’s probably part of why I think they are scary. Even though I’m not Catholic I still believe in the possibility of an afterlife.
QUESTION: What do you think the scariest movie of all time is? Why?