Well, Heather, you won't be doing much in the way of running with that boot on, will you? I'm so sorry that the fracture is worse than first thought. Give it time to heal completely, you can run again after that.
Hoping that Cheryl did well on her runs in the Outer Banks, and that the storms didn't affect you too much (traveling, especially)
Les, it sounds as though you are enjoying the less-packed weeks after Lent and Easter with runs and rides.
I think it's time to assign some more officers to that Board, don't you??? DH is on the board of a local nonprofit and finds it frustrating when it seems as though he is the only one who can make decisions, has ideas to implement, etc. and everyone else appears to drag their feet since it's not their "real" job. Good luck!!!
Just returned from a 2 mile "fast walk" around the trails. I can't imagine where my mind was last weekend-- a 4 mile run after 6 weeks of mostly not running and just recently, some short, 2.5 mile, runs? I woke up the day after my birthday with more aches and pains that I have ever had (especially since the Birthday Run took place on asphalt, which I haven't run on since last October, and oh my! shin splints!!!). Talk about suddenly feeling aged!
Also some yoga today as well.
It sure is quiet around here...
Can't you just eat what I put in front of you? Do you have to know what it is?
Ria Parkinson, Butterflies (BBC, 1978-83)