Thursday, March 26, 2015

Week in Review (March 17 - March 23)

Tuesday (17,298 steps) - Legs still suck so I did a super slow 2.4 mile slog.
Wednesday (15,474 steps) - Legs STILL suck, so yet another sloggy, awful run.
Thursday (20,044 steps) - Slog. Slow. Awful. Sensing a pattern?
Friday (8,600) - Did nothing but drive to Moab. I took this picture near Eagle.

Saturday (122,356 steps) - 24 Hours of Utah. That took alllll daaaaay loooooong.

Sunday (8,077 steps) - I left Moab at 7 in the morning so I could be back in town in time for Hannah's 8th birthday. She was having a small swim party at 2:00 - and I got there with a minute to spare! (I even stopped at home for the quickest shower in history because I was pretty ripe after Moab).

Dinner and birthday cake at my parents.

Monday (16,518 steps) - Actually headed to the gym for a walk on the treadmill. A is on spring break in Utah (Moab!!) with my parents so I did 3 leisurely miles. Surprisingly, not that sore after Moab, I guess that means I didn't try hard enough, right?
  • 208, 367 steps
  • 61 miles run
  • No cross training, did some walking
  • No strength training
Everything Else
  • I haven't been back in for physical therapy / ART in the last week. The copay for me to see the therapist is $45 so I need to wait until I get paid as I hadn't budgeting for the extra expense. Womp. Need to get this taken care of as the fire calves are not seeing improvement (yet).
  • A and I did MORE clean sweeping in the last week. I am so happy she is learning to "let go" of things. Maybe she isn't going to end up a hoarder after all!
  • Work is going great - almost at the end of my 90 days already! How time flies...


  1. My kiddo is on spring break this week too! Somehow it snuck up on me and I didn't plan anything. She's spending her week watching bad TV all day. Sigh.

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