Anyway, our common link is this:
Julia Roberts used this phone booth in a movie called Something To Talk About, which was filmed in Savannah. Yeah, sorry. Pretty anti-climatic, huh?
Now that I have your attention, I'll tell you all about my amazing sushi experience on vacation. If you're new, you'll need to know I LOVE sushi and have a hard time finding any here in rural Georgia. I got this amazing plate in Savannah last weekend:
Come to mamma. Shrimp and eggplant tempura, tuna sashimi, tuna rolls, and "seafood salad," whatever that is. After that, and some appetizer called fried bread which I'm pretty sure is way more Southern than Japanese, I was stuffed. But there was a fro-yo place right across the street. Decisions, decisions.
Obviously I went, even though I was the only one who felt the need to get dessert. PLUS the fro-yo place had rock em sock em robots! Hubs and I played a few games, got way too competitive, and then called it a night.
While I was in Savannah, I met up with the lovely lady behind Kat Runs Like a Girl for a Starbucks trip and in one hour she managed to convince me to sign up for another marathon. Yikes. The one I'm thinking about would be in January, 2 months after my first 26.2 miles. Craziness or good planning?
Has anyone ever run marathons close to one another? Any advice on running my second one so close to my first?
I'm a little worried I'm being overly ambitious. Did you want to train much after your first marathon?
Favorite Julia Roberts movie. Go.
I love Notting Hill of course, but can't forget about Pretty Woman. I've seen that way too many times!