I booked myself a massage on Tuesday and in addition to my previous self beating bruises (aka walking into bed frame, smacking shin and foot on brass pole, etc), I now have a lovely set of what are quite obvious finger prints along my IT band. It feels glorious (much more loose than it had), but it doesn't look very pretty. Best get back to regular iron supplement taking so I don't look like such a disaster.
Yesterday, after pole dance class, my lovely hubby met up with me on his bike during my run, so I had someone to regale me with stories for the remaining 8kms (he met me just after 2kms). He's a champ.
Tonight, I'll complete 6kms before my jumping lesson and then I'll have two nights of glorious rest. MrP thought he was going to
So, my friends, I'm here to tell you that with 4 nights to go, I'm feeling good about Sunday's run. I've completed my long distances and while not speedy by any stretch of the imagination, I feel comfortable that I'll be able to survive and meet my time goal. Even if the ol' weather isn't cooperating the way I'd like it to. Please, mother nature, keep the morning around the 10 degree weather - not anywhere near the daily anticipated high of 26 degrees.
And on Tuesday, body o' mine, I'll treat you to a Spa Capsule massage. Yep - space age stuff for this nerd! Thanks to my deal obsession. Speaking of deals, I got a sweet deal for Chef Elizabeth Faulkner's Citizen Cake in San Francisco, which we missed out on during our last trip. Now that I look at it, I've been in charge of SF (walking tours, bike tour, googlemap of "must visit locations") and MrP's handled everything for Napa, including our Wine Train lunch, self directed biking wine tour and winery visits. October can't come soon enough!