I wrote on Facebook last night that I was off to yoga class and then a 16 K run and then a nap, but what actually happened was that I went to yoga class, realized that I had forgotten my yoga pants and then went home and had a nap. That's usually the way I like to do things - skip right to the good stuff.
Yesterday I had to run 8 K and I had to do it on the treadmill because my body was in too much agony from Sunday's run to put foot to pavement. The only trouble is that the treadmills at my work calculate distance in miles and not kilometres. So I ran 4 miles because it was easier to run a little extra than do the math. I think this is also progress.
So we - my sister and I - did our first fundraising event for our run this weekend. We did a 50-50 draw at Pat's Pub on Hastings Street and while it was good practice and a good first run at things, we need to do a lot better at the next events. (Here's where, if you have a really good fundraising idea, you write it in the comments!)
One of the things I love best about running all over this city, is that you get to check out neighbourhoods and pathways that you would have never noticed normally. I love the seawall, but I try to mix it up a bit, because I also love running down streets I've never been on before.