Here we are, sliding down the backside of July. What a year. I almost don’t know what to say anymore. Days come, days go. Some are longer than others. We continue to conduct our business simply and close to home. The curveballs keep coming, however, and I am fairly tired of rolling with the punches.
Sunday – 3.41 miles, walking
Everyone slept in a bit on Sunday after the holiday, which was nice. I, on the other hand, struggled to stay in bed, so I got out the door for a walk.
I’m making fabulous progress in my Hadrian’s Challenge mission, and am currently 75% of the way there!
Monday – 4.23 miles, walking
Mr PugRunner was in for a walk, and so we headed out to start Monday on a strong footing.
No matter what, walking is a great boost to start the day.
Tuesday – 3 miles, running + 2.3 miles, walking
And back to running on Tuesday. My running buddy and I used the time to take a deep dive into our school choices again. Yes, I know I said we were all decided, but then politics happened and it really threw a wrench in the plans. Boo.
Wednesday – 4.79 miles, walking
This ended up being a super long walk, although it was totally worth it.
In the evening, we had some friends over for pizza and a screening of Hamilton on the side of our house with our outside projector. It ended up being a crazy late night, but it was so worth it.
Thursday – rest
Morning came way too early. My first order of business: get to the farm for another few hours of equine therapy filming. I really enjoy my involvement in this project and feel so lucky to be a part of it.
It was a day of animals: Luna had her vet appointment. Once again, she checked out as “perfect”, and weighs in at a whopping nine pounds! She has to go back one more time next week for her rabies shot: since she is still under ten pounds, the vet wanted to split up her vaccines.
Once those things were done, however, I had the rest of the day for work and getting things done around the house.
Friday – 3 miles running, 2.75 miles, walking
I treated myself to a little something something: these Goodr x Dunkin collab sunglasses. Aren’t they adorable?
The rest of the day was a bit of a mess. Mr PugRunner ended up at the doctor for his ear infection (which turned out to just be a big clog), but the doctor had concerns about his blood pressure and some other things. This means changes for the Runs With Pugs household. Stay tuned.
Saturday – 4.21 miles. walking
Another “date” walk.
Our neighborhood had a food truck and outdoor movie planned, so the boys went over to help set up (everything was outside and socially distanced), and I followed later to join them for dinner. We had already seen the movie, so we went home to get some sleep for an early Sunday.
Running is going well. It’s not as fast as before, but guys, it is SO hot and humid. I just can’t drag myself any faster, nor do I want to try. I’m also working hard on my hydration and plowing through all my Nuun and sparkling water. This is my constant struggle, so I have to give myself credit where I can.
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How was your week in training?
How is summer treating you so far? Do you have workout dates?