Yesterday’s run included some snowflakes and crazy wind… You just never know what you are going to get here.
8.2 miles @ 8:17 pace with Jo, 5-minute core workout, and all of the foam rolling
My watch does not believe in me for my new Boston sub-3 goal! It’s strange because yesterday it also told me I ran my fastest mile (which definitely wasn’t) so I’m just going to forget what it tells me;)
I have been eating this egg/hashbrowns/vegetable hash/bacon/tortilla combination every day for lunch.
Followed by our blueberry muffins (from this cookbook), we could all live off of these.
I then sat down to figure out the next four weeks—> 24 soccer games (and who knows how many practices ha) along with cross-country practices… Somehow only one of the games overlaps a bit. It is a miracle!
Next on the day’s agenda was meeting up with my sister and her family for an indoor fun center that has it all…
5 hours at this fun center left me feeling like I had run a marathon.
Just a few Boston thoughts before I say goodbye today:
*Andrew will have a cannoli for me to eat right when I finish the marathon and I cannot wait.
*Do we trust the weather report this far ahead;). I’m sure loving the look of those temperatures! Also, can somebody PLEASE help me understand wind forecasts. If I want a tailwind at Boston, what would the report say?
*I’m already planning on bringing an old pair of running shoes and socks to wear for the time leading up to the race in the Athlete’s Village. This is what my shoes looked like in 2019 before switching them to my race shoes!
BOSTON RECOMMENDATIONS!? We are trying to get our plans together!
Do you eat the same thing for lunch often or do you mix it up?
Have a dessert that your area is famous for?
I need to know your thoughts and feelings on these: