I got to go visit Baltimore and then NYC for Thanksgiving and a week beyond! It was so wonderful to get out of Lexington and see family and friends. My Aunt Judy hosted Thanksgiving and she somehow managed to feed 38 people in her new house of only 25 days! It was a wonderful time. I also got to spend some good time with my siblings and brother-in-law.
I had big work out plans for this trip; I had already signed up for a 5K I had done the year before and there was a local YMCA that I loved to go to. I chose last minute not to bring my bike because there would not be
enough days in Baltimore to ride it before I went on to New York City. Alas....in the days leading up to our car ride I got sick...again. I was not happy with this. I had a sore throat, my ears were upset and I had the green oooz. I went to a doctor in Baltimore and got on some drugs for my diagnosed sinus and double ear infection.
This episode ended my gluten free days. I was baffled by my good
eating returning little results. So I said bye bye and welcomed the gluten back into my life with
open arms. I am still doing no white flour but my goodness is that
soooo much easier. After 4 days in Baltimore I took a train up to CT to
meet up with two of my best buds from college. Being sick was actually a
blessing in disguise because instead of worrying about fitting work
outs in I was more concerned with getting to feeling better. I had a
WONDERFUL run along the Connecticut coast in Greenwich.
This is oh so New England and it reminded me so much of school and why I love the ocean so much.