Well, let's be honest - Weston ran around the lake. I tried to run with him once before, but keeping up was impossible. This time, I borrowed a bike. And although for the most part, somehow, he was still faster than me, I was able to keep up much easier than last time.
When I arrived at his house that evening, he had made a really yummy pizza for dinner. I'm going into week 3 of my allergen-free diet and although I've had a lot of help finding recipes and preparing food, so far, it's been more difficult than I expected. My mom has been amazing about making meals that can be modified to suit my dietary needs and she's also really careful about what she eats in front of me, which helps tremendously.
Weston has been really encouraging too, but totally threw me for a loop Thursday when he said he is going to follow the same food guidelines as I am to provide me with extra support. He's crazy for doing it, but I'd be lying if I said I'm not completely flattered and appreciative.
Anyway, yummy pizza. Didn't break any rules. Awesome boyfriend. Fun, sunset, lake adventure.
I'm going to have to stop lusting after dream-bikes and find one that I can actually afford
so that we can do this together more often and I won't have to borrow one!