Happy May!! How was your April? Mine was busy and rushed!
I'm linking up with Holly and Tricia this week for the weekly wrap.
Tuesday- Cardio Funk and 3 easy miles
Wednesday- Zumba with Deb and 5 miles- Sprint intervals
Thursday- 2 miles tempo
Friday- 9 miles long run
Saturday - 2 mile hike
This was busy, and there was no time to add weights to my routine. I will have to make time for it in the next few days.
Baseball has not been off to a great start, of the last 4 games, 3 have been cancelled. After getting word on the Tuesday cancellation, I headed to Cardio Funk.
To prepare myself for the days that there might be rain, and a cancelled game, I pack 2 changes of clothes. 1 for Baseball and one for running / zumba.
This past week has been very warm, abnormally warm for April.
On Friday during my long run, an older gentleman approached me as I went to finish the last 4 miles of my run. He asked if he could run with me, and I said yes. He talked to me about all his running adventures and training, and when his birthday is. He made the 2 miles up the hill go by really fast!
On Saturday, after another Baseball game was cancelled, we headed to Caledonia State park for a light hike with my son. He doesn't like hiking... he was complaining when I told him we were going hiking... but we negotiated... he asked for a toy, I said no. He asked for a candy bar, I said yes, he asked for another toy, I said no again. I told him that he could take my water pack, because he loves that water pack... and off we went.
After, on our way home we stoped for detergent. Roger was in charge of picking up detergent, so he picked the one he liked... the free and clear one... ugh! that detergent makes me feel like I'm sick! It creeps me out that detergent is clear and smells like puke! We got the nice meadow smelling detergent that likely has more chemicals than the free and clear... but it doesn't smell like puke.
I haven't posted what I'm reading in a few weeks, that's because I got stuck in a book. Last week I finished The Lilac Girls, and this week I'm making my way through Born to Run by Bruce Springsteen. I know this book doesn't have anything on running, but it has been on a few list of great books. Also, spoiler alert, until last Friday, I could not identify a single Bruce Springsteen song... my only defense on that is that I didn't grow up in the USA.
How was your week?
Do you like to hike?
What scent is your detergent?
Do you like the free and clear detergent?
What is your Favorite Bruce Springsteen song?
What can people bribe you with, to do something you don't want to do?