Even with the nice temps, I'll be in an all day seminar tomorrow that is put on by the Alzheimer Society. The focus will be on future planning and what can be expected when loved ones dementia progresses to the next level. I'll have to remember to take a box of Kleenex with me. Hopefully the seminar will finish early enough that I'll be able to either stop in to visit with my dad or go for a run. Maybe I'll be able to do both!
Sunday will be going to run club in the morning for a smart little 10k and then I'm off to the Outdoor & Adventure Show. I'm considering buying a kayak, after all I live a block from the river and haven't been out on the water in years other than to swim! Bushtukah will be there and they are the grand suppliers of most of my cycling gear and cross country ski clothing. I bought Blizzard (Trek 2.1) from them a few years ago and I'm (okay, I'm being truthful), thinking of
On a side note:
- I'm 14 months alcohol free, this hasn't been a problem considering I didn't have a problem, I just feel so much better and stopped when I was starting my Half Ironman training.
- I'm now heading into my first full month without coffee and it's killing me! WhAAAaaaaa I've even had dreams about coffee!!
- Had the best massage in my whole life last night, all the stress from the past six months seemed to leave my body, however, today I feel like I've been hit by a truck!
- I'm still eating clean (over two years) and have eliminated most breads, sugar and general gorp i.e. junk food from my diet. I've been tracking what I eat daily with My Fitness Pal. The scales show a significant weight loss and I'm going to have to buy some new summer clothes...that is pretty exciting so I'd say it has been a great success.
For those of you who are Irish, or even Irish for a day, Happy St. Patrick's Day to you!!
Life's fun if you don't weaken,