What's up guys!?
Here's what's going on...
Last Man Standing Recovery
The day after the race... I felt sick in the stomach. I was hungry, but the thought of eating food made my stomach churn. My quads and kneecaps were sore.
Two days out.. I felt almost completely back to normal soreness wise. My appetite was back to normal as well.
Three days out... I ran 5 easy miles. The real feel was zero degrees. I was bundled up like a marshmallow! Besides my legs feeling tired, there was no leftover soreness or niggles from the race. SCORE!
Back To The Grind
I survived the first day back to work and even managed to get good sleep the night before. THANK YOU, Mary Higgins Clark!
Boy was I excited to get home, put on my pjs, and puzz-puzz! (Do my puzzle, for you newbs.)
Have you Hear of This Book?
Kristen @ Glitter and Dust is reading it, and after hearing her review, I immediately bought it off Amazon. Damn, that one click ordering is dangerous! I am very excited to read it and simplify my life!
I discovered a new podcast called History Goes Bump. Here is a description of the show from their website: "The tagline for the show is “Ghost tours for the theater of the mind” and that is the goal of the podcast: to take listeners on a virtual tour of a place they may never have the chance to visit and to entertain while possibly sharing something listeners may not have heard before."
So far, I have enjoyed podcasts about Lizzie Borden, Marilyn Monroe, and the Salem Witch Trials. I actually had to turn the Marilyn one off during my run because I was so freaked out! (It was dark out.) I don't believe in ghosts, but I love stories about them!
Have you ever tried to declutter?
Any Mary Higgins Clark fans out there?