This might just be my shortest weekly wrap ever. Because basically, there’s almost nothing to report. I came home late Monday night last week and by Tuesday I was running a low grade fever.
Fair warning: a little less conversation and a #holottapictures
- Monday: Beachcombing, walking around airports
- Tuesday: Dogwalk
- Wednesday: Dogwalk
- Thursday: Dogwalk
- Friday: Too cold & blustery to walk the dogs
- Saturday: Albany Last Run 5k
- Sunday: Resting (and cold)
Mileage: 3.1 (-13)
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Mr. Judy tried to call me on it. I couldn’t walk the dogs, but I could go run a fun run? If it had been two days earlier, I would not have done it. But after about 36 hours of almost complete rest, I was feeling better (if not good). Anyway, runners understand. At the beginning of the week I was sure it was going to be my first DNS.
Darlene said I was crazier than her. I don’t think that’s true — I’m pretty sure I’m never going to finish a race with a broken foot.
I always enjoy this “race” (I use that term very loosely), and it’s the last one on my race calendar, which is appropriate, because it’s called Last Run (you can read last year’s recap here).
I ran it with a friend, we took our sweet time with lots of chatting and stops to take photos, and I felt fine. And I still feel “fine” (not exactly 100%, still, but certainly better than Thursday). I definitely don’t regret running it.
Favorites of the week
I’ll leave you with some photos from the week, which are heavily slanted towards the furkids:
And that’s a wrap
Let’s get the conversation started:
What’s your favorite holiday themed run?
Do you dress up for it?
What temperature would you draw the line at racing?