I am extremely grateful to have a four day weekend for the Easter holiday. It’s going to be pretty full, but I needed at least the suggestion of some time off to get me through.
- Cardio: 4.01 miles, walking
I got home fairly late the night before, and had a crazy day ahead. As a result, I opted to stay back, while Mr. PugRunner headed over to help out at A’s camping/service project weekend. The morning started with a walk.
Thte rest of the day was spent at my friends charity event – A volunteered, and we played bocce ball. We did our best, but we lost, won, then lost and were out. We had plenty of fun, though, all for a great cause.
- Cardio: 6.03 miles, running + 1.69 miles, walking
- RunSmart Official Yoga Day Two, 40 minutes
I always start Mondays super enthused and full of motivation.
In the evening, I went ahead and stretched it out with a nice yoga flow. There were a few too many downward dogs for my liking, but I took my time and worked through them.
- Cardio: 4.24 miles, walking
Nothing eventful. Just a walk.
We had a big Scouts meeting that night, to get prepared for our annual mulch sale. It’s a lot off numbers and organization, but it will bring in nice funds for the troop.
- Cardio: 5.76 miles, running + 1.84 miles, walking
We struggled with the humidity on this one. Look at that fog.
- Cardio: 4.51 miles, walking
I was glad for a pretty day with beautiful blue skies. The fresh air was much needed.
This was the last day of school for the week, and it was a busy night. I spent much of it running around, picking up the kids from school, taking A to get his hair cut, and then dropping him off for his pre-MFA concert. It was an incredible performance.
- Cardio: 6.24 miles, running + 2.02 miles, walking
I can’t say enough about that sunrise. It’s absolute perfection.
Friday Wass a day of meetings and errands.
And then our air conditioner broke. Ugh. Fortunately, we had a friend who was able to come check it out and replace the broken part.
FINALLY!!!!! Let me tell you, this was one of the best events ever. We arrived at the alpaca rescue a few minutes early, and set up our mats in the field across from the paddock.
We had an incredible flow, that lasted a little more than an hour, which was so nice. I feel that usually the practice is about 40 minutes for these kinds of things.
And then it was time for treats, mimosas, a tour, and all the treats and kisses.
Goal-getting + Thoughts
Tomorrow will be a busy day with Easter at our house. But I have the memory of those alpacas to get me through!
How was your week in training? What are you up to this weekend?