Day 1 - 5 miles
Did 5.3 miles with my new handy dandy water bottle. It was weird at first, but I am starting to love it! ... Ran at a 9:30ish pace.
Rested I did. My boss was in town so I skipped boot camp class and ate a large, fancy, seafood lunch paid for by the company instead. Shrimp, wrapped in bacon... it was AMAZING!
Day 3 - 6 miles
Sorry... cant figure out how to rotate it... but it was a good run. I started off slower because I was starting to get a cold and wondered how the run would go.... I started at a 9:30 pace and ended the last 2 miles at a 8:30 pace!
Day 4 - 5 miles
My cold really hit me hard this day... I made it to boot camp but that was it.
Day 5 - 6 miles
This did not happen either... It was Friday Girl's day and just no time to get a run in with having the girls all day and the sun setting early. I cannot wait till its light out until 8 oclock again and I can get in runs after dinner!
Day 6 - 8 miles
I had all intentions in making it 8 miles... but I just ran out of time. The girls had their appointment for pictures at 10:20 and I did not want to be late or feel rushed with them. I knew me rushing would effect them and I wanted them to be happy so pictures went well...
I ran all around my old stomping grounds... The girls were at my parents house so I ran thru the neighborhoods, past my old high school... Fenton is hilly, and the memories that come flooding back are amazing. Its a good run for my mind and body. I think I will be doing it all again Saturday.
Day 7 - 5 miles
I hadnt looked at the schedule so I had no idea what I was supposed to run... but 4 miles just felt good. I ran thru our neighborhood to catch up on what houses are being built where...The entertainment of a new neighborhood! ... It was an awesome sunny 50 degrees out and it felt nice to go fast. I am absolutely loving the 50 degree range for running. ...When I got back I took the girls for an additional walk.... together I probably made it to the 5 mile mark.
And when we got back it was bath time for Miss Em.