- Monday – Thunderstorms on and off all day but I was headed to NYC for work and hoped the rain would be over by the time my delayed train arrived. Nope, it was raining even harder. No running in Central Park for me. But I decided that I couldn’t sit in my hotel room all evening so I took my umbrella and walked 23 blocks and saw a Broadway show.
- Tuesday – Still in NYC for work and stuck indoors but at least it had stopped raining. Of course I went for a walk during lunch and a run after work.
Covered 12 miles today. Half walking and half running with a fall caused by a dog thrown into the mix. Not hurt. Just more scars to my knees and elbow.
- Wednesday – Another long work day in the Big Apple. No time to run before my train home.
- Thursday – Back home and a rest day due to a hair appt after work.
- Friday – A short run before my weekly mah jongg game. Boy, was it humid.!!
- Saturday – Rest day and catch up day around the house. But I did sneak out to go to the gym, Starbucks, the grocery store and a movie (Paris Can Wait).
- Sunday – Today I ran the Adirondack Distance Run, a hilly 10 miler from Lake George Village to Bolton Landing (where we keep our boat.) It was tough but I loved it!! And I even had a course PR.
Afterwards we spent the day on our boat of course with dinner out on the lake.
20 miles done with 3 runs and 4 rest days
- Monday – rest, dinner (junior abroad reunion)
- Tuesday – 3 Miles at Ualbany
- Wednesday – 4 Miles with Alyssa
- Thursday – rest, tennis dinner out or STEM picnic
- Friday – 4 miles, mah jongg
- Saturday – rest, gym or boating
- Sunday – 6 Miles, boating?
Once again, I am linking up for the Weekly Wrap hosted by these wonderful bloggers Holly @ HoHoRuns and Tricia @ MissSippiPiddlin. See rules here.
This week’s guest host is Zenaida Arroyo.
Happy Running! How is your running going?
Sounds like a fun trip to New York. I love the Groundhog Day movie so I’m sure I’d enjoy the musical too 🙂 Is it pretty similar to the movie? And congrats on that course PR!
NYC is always a great time (too bad I had to work) and yes it was like the movie which I haven’t seen in a long time.
Running well when not trained was a welcome surprise – sometimes it just happens.
I love musicals so I’m sure I’d enjoy Groundhog Day! I think I could seriously enjoy a job that takes me to NYC as much as yours does! 🙂 Congrats on your 10 miler course PR …sounds fun and pretty!
No. This job is NOT enjoyable. Hopefully I will only HAVE to work a few more years. Yes, at least I do get to NYC.
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Well then, keep focusing on the bright side of the job and hopefully retirement will come quickly😉😘
That’s what I’m doing. It’s tough some days.
Way to make your best of the time in the city! The musical sounds like lots of fun! Congrats on another course PR!
Gotta fit in fun.
A course PR is a pretty awesome thing; Congrats!
Of course I’ve seen Groundhog Day. Really, who hasn’t?
Yes. I was happy.
I need to rewatch it. Haven’t seen it in years.
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I see bits & pieces cause Mr. Judy is always watching movies.
I love Groundhog Day the movie – I watched it on Netflix with my 13 yr old a couple of weeks ago and I was pleased to find that he loved it too! I hope that the musical was as good 😊
It was very good.
Sorry there was no run in Central Park this time but glad you made the most of your time in NYC and saw a show!
I did get there the next day. It was great.
I am impressed you walked 23 blocks to see a show! I love musicals too but haven’t been to one in years.
Congrats on your PR! That is always a great feeling.
23 blocks after my run to get back to my hotel.
Musicals are my favorite.
Oops. I did walk that in the rain. Crazy.
I love the 10-mile race distance! Good job on the PR!
Me too. I wish there were more races at that distance.