How are you today? I hope you had a good weekend. I'm linking up with Holly and Tricia this week, to wrap up the last week of the year.
Tuesday : Cardio Funk and 3.5 miles of intervals
Wednesday: Zumba and weights
Sunday: 4 miles tempo and weights
Last year, I neglected the weights most weeks. This year, I want it to be different, and it goes on my schedule twice a week. I hope to keep choosing to make the time for it.
After sitting down and reviewing how much I ran this week, it looked like I didn't do much. But I was so tired and sore most of the week. Intervals kicked my butt this week! and so did the weights!
Friday, the plan had 4 miles, but I didn't sleep well the night before, and felt tired and sick, so used up the day to rest. I felt so much better later on the day.
Friday morning, we checked the Christmas Tree for our Three Kings presents, and we go lucky! Thank you Three Kings for the gifts!
Growing up, we didn't receive presents during Christmas, only for Three Kings Day on January 6th.
This weekend was all about celebrating my son's birthday. We went to Skyzone, a trampoline park and to lunch with my family. We had so much fun jumping at Skyzone, and if you saw our videos, you saw me and my sisters failing miserably at jumping.
|My son, Spiderman in training.|
After jumping, we had lunch and cake. The cake was so delicious!!
On Sunday, we finally put our Christmas Tree away. I was sad to see it go, but having the space and light by the window made our living room so spacious!
I also spend time reading and playing with my son under all the blankets, it was way too cold to do much more.
Random Conversation with my son, while eating dinner
Me: My boy, did you eat your steak and pasta?
Him: Yes, still eating it.
Me: Do you want more?
5 minutes later, as I was packing his lunch and he was still at the table
Me: Did you finish your steak and pasta? do you want more?
Him: I'm still eating, why do you keep asking me if I want more? Do you want me to be fat like you?
Me: Do you think I'm fat?
Him: Just on your belly, but I love your fat belly.
Me : Thanks love!
Yes, my son thinks I have a fat belly!! I couldn't stop laughing when he told me this.
My Marathon by Frank Shorter- Learning about the history of the running boom in the United States, and the training of an Olympic Marathoner has been humbling ! He trained so hard! the speeds he mentions seem completely unconceivable, and amazing!
How was your week?
Have you been to a Skyzone?
How are your trampoline skills?
How are the cold temperatures treating you?
Did you put your Christmas tree away?