Public Service Announcement

In case you didn’t know, today is National Margarita Day.

Post 20 miler margarita in San Antonio

Post 20 miler margarita in San Antonio

{Also, I really know that sometimes my blog makes me sound like all I do is run or drink.  I’ll let you draw your own conclusions…but I can say that I work full time, so that is at least 8 hours of the day that I’m not doing either!}.

I really am typically a wine/beer girl (wine is an antioxidant and beer is a hearty source of carbs), but I have a special spot in my heart for margaritas.  Maybe because I live in New Mexico and Mexican restaurants come three to the city block.  Maybe because I can pretend that I’m on a beach in Mexico while drinking one.  I don’t really know.

I tend to not drink them very often though because double yikes on the sugar/calorie content (plus, you know how much booze goes into a glass of wine or beer…there is less standardization with a margarita).  But you know, since it is a national holiday, I think I’m gonna have myself a nice margarita on the rocks after my organized group workout tonight.

Also, it was on this day 1 year ago that I realized that I would never be so serious a runner that I would pass off celebrating such an important holiday.  A year later, it remains completely true, especially when National Margarita Day falls the day before a 19 mile run.  (Also, so happy that I’m still blog friends with most of the people that commented on that post!).

Hope you can all celebrate accordingly! Also, thanks for making me feel less crazy about my race t-shirt superstitions! We really are weird.

Have a fabulous weekend!

Also, if you do partake in National Margarita Day, be a responsible driver! (I figure if I call this post a “Public Service Announcement,” I should probably throw a real one in!).

10 thoughts on “Public Service Announcement

  1. I was sadly unaware of this important holiday! If I had known I definitely would have had one on Friday to wash away some of the pain of grading papers (my least favorite activity).

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