The reason I'm titling how many runs I've gone on is because Ryan told me that I would enjoy running (i.e. not feel absolutely worn out afterwards) once I'd run 20 times. Although today was only number four, I ran a complete mile without stopping and didn't die afterwards!! What a beautiful day!
When I got home I decided to try cooking an omelet! I got super gourmet and fancy too- I sauteed some spinach, mushrooms, and onions in olive oil and sprinkled tomatoes with salt and pepper. I also sprinkled onion powder and Italian seasoning in the omelet. I had some problems flipping the cooked egg though. Once flipped it was already in an omelet shape! So I made a quarter omelet. It was still yummy!
After breakfast I went shopping for a birthday present for my friend and also picked up some supplies to make cards for upcoming graduation parties. Then I went to a graduation party! It took place inside a barn and was decorated with fairy lights. It was gorgeous! There were awesome homemade cupcakes and plenty of friends to chat with! :)
I left about an hour later to go to my boss's house to watch the movie A Few Good Men with her. She's directing the play version of the show in the fall and I get to help her cast it! Since I'm helping pick people for the roles, I needed to watch the movie! While there I played fetch with her adorable miniature poodles Cricket Rose and Georgia.
When I got home my parents grilled burgers. We sat out at the picnic table and ate and socialized. We clipped our dogs together on a long leash and let them come outside with us. Being together makes them less likely to go chasing after things they shouldn't. However, the silly things got themselves all twisted around the base of the picnic table!
Later on we had a campfire. Ryan joined us, and thankfully this time we got to make smores instead of ice cream! Eventually Ryan and I went back to his place to watch the third Indiana Jones movie. It was fantastic! :)
Hi my name is Emilee and these are my adventures as a young adult living in Milwaukee. Here I will share my experiences as I navigate through college. Thanks for stopping by!