30 min swim (1200m) Easy swim.
We survived our time trial run. It was 86 degrees when I parked my car...
behind this horse. So glad I don't have to carry a 180lb man on my back.
That got me thinking.
If I rode a horse I would be so much faster.
Anyway.Survived is the correct word for the day. It was hot and my body was not too happy about it. My pace was slower but I figured it would be. You can't preform the same in the heat.
I think I am getting stronger cause I'm still alive.
I came home and made the world's flattest chocolate chip cookies. I should have stuck with my original recipe instead of trying a new one.
I was bummed.
Then I ate
I always thought I was a thick chewy cookie girl now I'm not so sure.
I'm so confused.
I especially liked the ones I sprinkled with this little jar of awesome.
Jocelyn took a vacation to New York and brought home this jar of salt from the Chelsea Market for me. A true friend will buy you salt while on vacation.
This isn't just any salt. It is cinnamon, chocolate, chipotle salt. It's perfect lightly sprinkled on chocolate chip cookies. I can't wait to see what else it would be perfect on. I know there will be more chocolate cookies in my future.
I mean I need to bake another batch for
I spent the rest of the day trying to make sense of my new love for flat, chewy cookies. It was pretty stressful.
What's you favorite type of cookie, thick and soft, thin and chewy, or a crisp dunking cookie?