That Just Happened!
YOU GUYS!!!!! Last night I did my fastest four miler EVER!
Since it was supposed to be just an easy 4 I didn’t bother to look at my Garmin much, I just kind of went with the flow. When I got home my eyes almost popped out when I saw my splits haha.
I did get a nice little break to take the above pictures when I got caught at the bridge and had to wait for it to come back down, so maybe that helped. I also stopped for 5 seconds so I could snap this pic:
It’s been just a little over a month since I’ve started working with my new coach and I’m already seeing the results.
In many ways I felt really restricted by my former coach at the end. Not only did she not push me to get faster, but when I would speed up she would tell me to take it easy. I’m so grateful for all that she did for me (and we still talk), but it was definitely time to move on.
Tonight is the HEAT game, so you know I got out my lucky foam finger! It’s been with Adam and I to every playoff game we’ve been to since 2012 and really helps the team pull out a win.
And in other news: I’m a bad cat mom. I am fully aware that cats can get sunburn (and even skin cancer) from laying in windows, but yet I never put sunscreen on Cecil because he hates it.
Well, he officially has sunburn on his little nose which is causing his nose fur to fall out : (
I will now be applying sunscreen to him every day whether he likes it or not. In general any non-toxic sunscreen approved for babies should be okay for your cat/dog, but you should check with your vet since some active ingredients approved for babies are not okay for cats (but are okay for dogs). Bullfrog SPF 15 for babies is what I’ll be using on Cecil.
(I probably should have just emailed Meg about this since I am sure she is the only one who will care even the slightest bit, haha).
When was your last PR? Go ahead and brag about it 🙂
How old is your pet? Cecil will be turning 7 this August. The vet wants to do blood work since he’ll technically be a senior this year. I don’t know how he can be a senior when he’s still a tiny little baby?