Wednesday, April 13, 2011

good luck to boston runners

one of my goals is to WATCH the boston marathon with my friend who lives on the course. no goal to ever do it. i am not that fast, nor is my goal to be. but i do want to watch it.

my 6 year old broke her finger. she was running outside and tripped. i took her to the er expecting to hear that she sprained it, but there is a very tiny break. she is in a splint and we see the ortho tomorrow. seriously - it never ends.

i got back to working out and it felt good. did 10 miles on sunday woot woot. biked outside for about 50 minutes (gorgeous day) good to be out on the bike, yesterday i ran for about 55 minutes, started out ok and then ended up raining, i felt tough. today i was supposed to swim but i am switching my day off, will swim friday and rested today. i feel like i really need to start getting focused on this olympic tri. i ordered my wetsuit and need to make an appt for getting my aero bars on and fitted.

great article by kara goucher in runners' world.  http://www.runnersworld.com/article/0,7120,s6-238-267--13909-0,00.html 


i am so over this cold damp weather. i believe mother nature is sick or something b/c she is not doing her job right. 


i believe i will officially be making chili sans ground turkey. i made it the other week and something tasted funk, so i figured why bother with the meat. just veggies and beans now. 


next week my kids are on break and we did not plan a vacation due to the new house. i am taking them for a sleepover at my parents and will have a night in the city with hubby which is MUCH needed. do you have date night ? how do you find time with your hubby ? 

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