Friday, January 9, 2009

{the definition of sick and tired}

Sick and tired: (sik n tīrd) adj. -

  1. when all of your kids are projectile vomiting
  2. when the mother who usually works and takes care of sick children is also vomiting
  3. when the mother who is vomiting also has a procedure done at the "girl" doctor to finally nip this 3 month problem in the butt (pardon the pun)

Good news!  It snowed again last night!  can you sense my sarcasm? It is beautiful outside, but we're freezing.  Are humans supposed to live where it snows?  In my world, everyone will live in San Diego.  

Also, I need new running shoes, anyone have any suggestions for someone with flat/wide feet? (other than "stop talking about your gross feet")


9 comments:

Eliza said...

There is a great running shoe store in Holiday where they film your feet walking/running and fit you to the best shoes...That is were I got mine.

Amber said...

I've heard of that running place too. Charity swears by it...
Sorry you're all sick. Hope you get better soon! Wish we had snow last night, it's too warm here! I still want to feel like drinking hot chocolate and a cozy fire:)

btw, i need some of your cute girl name ideas, if you'll share!

Bree :--) said...

Sad, sad day. Sorry, I don't know anything about running shoes...cuz let's just face it, I HATE running!! Hope you feel better!

K. H. said...

i need more news.

McLeod Clan said...

Hey Sarah supposedly knows this amazing shoe man to fit anyone! Give her a ringy ding ding!

Alli Easley said...

K, I just heard of a store in Foothill Village (where we live) called Runner's Advantage where they fit your foot, and blahblahblah. Is this the same place you think?

Amber, I'll email you some.

-KJ said...

Salt Lake Running Company. They video you running on a treadmill, analyze it, and tell you the perfect shoe for your flat/wide feet. Kev and my mom both went there.

Alli Easley said...

So should I go to the one you're talking about, or the one by us in Foothill Village called Runner's Advantage? All the people in my ward (who are crazy marathoners) go there.

sixmoores said...

I LOVE SLC Running Company and when I lived in Utah I bought my shoes there. I also like Wasatch Running. I think they all kind of do the same thing now. They try and figure out how you run to fit how much stability you need in a shoe...fun stuff.