Tuesday, February 3 (18,001 steps) Hill program on the treadmill. This was two weeks ago, I can't remember if it was awful.
Wednesday, February 4 (21,910 steps) 6.1 super sweaty miles on the treadmill. The fact that it was longer than 3 or 4 miles must mean it was an ok run. Also did a squat video and some stretching.
Friday, February 6 (8,571 steps). Uh, nothing? Pizza?
Sunday, February 8 (35,691 steps). In the morning L and I ran the Ralston Creek half.
The start of Girl Scout cookie season. Can I say HOW MUCH I HATE THIS? They give the girls a "quota" of cookies to sell, based on average number of cookies sold in her troop the previous year and in surrounding troops. A is in a troop with a handful of other kids with parents who DON'T WORK. These kids sell upwards of 700-800 boxes a season.
The weather was nice so we actually went door to door to sell. We ran out of change before long so we had to stop (that and it got dark).
Wednesday, February 11 (13,187 steps). Run club! I picked up A so that she could run too, and then after they let her set up a table to sell cookies.
Saturday, February 14 (16,809 steps). HEAT WAVE. Ariel and I went for a run around the lake near the house.
Sunday, February 15 (20,698). Got up early to hit the trails before the weather changed. As you can see, sunny at the start, starting to be stormy by the end:
Miles Run (w/e February 9) - 28.5
Weekly Steps (w/e February 9) - 136,865
Minutes of Cross Training (w/e February 9) - 40
Minutes of Strength/Stretching (w/e February 9) - 47
Miles Run (w/e February 16) - 18.4
Weekly Steps (w/e February 16) - 114,251
Minutes of Cross Training (w/e February 16) - 0
Minutes of Strength/Stretching (w/e February 16) - 0
- I guess I am still doing this "challenge" with L and Heather. No tracking, and I have no idea if I have gained weight, maintained or lost. Still a few weeks left I think. I might not be logging calories but I am sure taking a lot of pictures of my food.
- Work is going great.
- I may write a more detailed post about it in a few days, but as my Facebook friends know... I got scammed out of about $5,000 over the Internet. I posted months ago about how I was really excited to be going to Africa to run a marathon at Mt. Kilimanjaro. Turns out I was scammed through a website offering packages. Now before you ask... how dumb are you... know that I researched online. Found no evidence of fraud. Posted on Facebook in groups (including Marathon Maniacs) and multiple people vouched for this woman and her event. Since everything has come crumbling down around me, this story gets more and more unbelievable. More to come on this, but in the meantime, I have started a GoFundMe in hopes of raising the money to possible go next year to Africa....
So. There's that.