No running; still tired, but walking every day. This should be a pretty short post!
- Monday: Yoga (10 min), Dogwalk, Yoga (15 min)
- Tuesday: Yoga (10 min), Dogwalk, Yoga (15 min)
- Wednesday: Yoga (10 min), Dogwalk, Yoga (15 min)
- Thursday: Yoga (10 min), Dogwalk, Yoga (15 min)
- Friday: Yoga (10 min), Dogwalk, Yoga (15 min)
- Saturday: Yoga (10 min), Dogwalk, Yoga (15 min)
- Sunday: Yoga (10 min), Dogwalk, Yoga (15 min)
Running Mileage: 0 (-3)
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Zero, zip, nada
Favorites of the week
There have been more snuggles with Bandit. One day he actually snuggled with me a long time, but since then he’s mostly back to “I’ll lay on you when I want something from you” mode.
Despite the extremely gray week, it was somewhat warm (for Winter) and mostly not too windy. In other words, good running weather for Winter — except Saturday, when we had a wintry mix. Although I don’t think I had COVID, I did get tested on Friday. Not sure when I’ll visit my mom again, but I just felt I had to make sure before I did. Still waiting on results.
I have definitely not been a complete couch potato, but I did finish up Bridgerton on Netflix. Lovely costumes, attractive actors, beautiful sets. If you’re looking for something light, you might enjoy this.
I’m also in the middle of Tiny Pretty Things, also on Netflix, which is pretty much a complete 180 from Bridgerton. It’s about high school aged ballet dancers at a fancy ballet school in Chicago, and opens with a mystery about who pushed one of the dancers off the roof.
It’s pretty dark, and lots of sex, but the mystery is interesting and the dancing is great. If you enjoy ballet, you might like this.
Finally we watched One Night in Miami on Amazon Prime last night. It was interesting and I’d recommend it.
What do you do when you feel stiff & achy?
Seen the sun lately?
Watching anything good on Netflix or Amazon Prime?
ICYMI: Movement is lotion — even when you’re not feeling 100%. This short practice will help you banish stiffness: when you’re sick, when you wake up — it also works as a great warmup for a longer Yoga practice. You’ll find the video here.
Coming up on Tuesday: What has the Pandemic taught me about running? Friday I hope to reveal another project I’ve been working on while I haven’t been running — but we’ll see, it’s been slow going.