Hi there! Sure feels like Friday to me…but it’s only Tuesday! I think that is due to lots of fun plans we have coming up this week. We’ve been doing more swimming this week with a full hour today to make up for one day we will miss…
Check out that killer jump! He absolutely loves jumping in now!
Little sister beating the heat with her fan!
I can’t believe the last day for us will be tomorrow! I really thought it would be a bit of a pain in the you-know-what, but Holden has loved it! As a parent, you know that you tend to love what seeing your kid(s) enjoy himself/themselves. So…I had the best time too! I won’t miss sitting in the sauna that the pool area is, but I will miss getting to see him enjoy the water. Lots of pool/beach days in our future this summer I hope!
In other athletic pursuits, I did a 4 mile run this morning. I foolishly did a pretty vigorous leg workout/arm/abs yesterday. Now, the arms and abs were fine, but I could feel how tired my legs were as soon as I took the first strides. Sunday was a 6 mile run too. Apparently, I need a little more rest than I used to! I was just telling the Mr. this morning that I feel like I’m a better runner than I used to be (i.e. in my youth), but I also feel like a more delicate runner. More stretching, more planning, more “babying” myself in order to run better and feel better. Isn’t it funny how things change?!?! I used to look for the “easy” way or cut out some spots on a run to decrease my mileage when I was in high school. Running/”practice” was a little more dread than enjoyment. Nowadays, I’m scheming on ways to get out of the house and eek out a few more minutes to make my run longer. So funny! I was just reading a bit about how women become better endurance runners in their 30s and later. Here’s hoping! I’d love to beat my time (1:50:20). 🙂
My heel is still a bit tender, but I didn’t have any pain on my run. More like stiffness. I did have a pain in my side that I believe resulted in absolutely NO concentration on my breathing…I find that I have to be very methodical and make sure I’m breathing in and out of my nose. All those things you forget when you haven’t run for a speedy purpose (half marathon 67 days!) in some time.
Tomorrow will be crazy busy for us, but I’m hoping to do some yoga and REST. Like easy peasy yoga – I don’t want to break a sweat at all yoga.
Have a great evening!