Cross-training with Snow Patrol – Part 2

This past weekend I took a break from running and healthy eating. Off I went to Germany to spend the weekend with my parents.

My mom is a great cook. Whenever I go home I do like to indulge in her home cooked meals and forget a little about low fat and low sugar. 🙂

I opted for an hour’s walk with my parents rather than a run and it was a refreshing break from my routine and great time spent chatting with my parents.

The actual cross-training happened Sunday night at the Snow Patrol concert (I kinda like their songs…). Some jumping, a little dancing, lots of singing along – and a weekend of cross-training was complete!

In the end, In the end
There’s nothing more to life than love is there?
In the end, In the end
It’s time for us to lose our weary minds.

~ Snow Patrol

Snow Patrol in Duesseldorf, Germany

Snow Patrol in Duesseldorf, Germany

~ by tatjana on February 27, 2012.

2 Responses to “Cross-training with Snow Patrol – Part 2”

  1. I love their music! I started with Chasing Cars and then loved everything else! I would love to see them live.

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