Last long weekend of training before Hawaii…DONE.

Saturday: 60 mile bike ride followed by a 2 mile run (called a brick, when you go for a run straight off your bike) at 10K pace.  I did 2 hours of the ride with some friends, and about 20 miles on my own.  The last time I headed out on my bike by myself I got hit by a cab and ended up in the ER getting surgery on my hand.  So making it home in one piece was a personal victory.

Sunday: Mother’s Day! (of course)

Happy Mother’s Day, Mom.

…plus a 12 mile run (at 7am in the pouring rain…yay?) followed by a 3K swim that actually looked a lot like the above. And a rainy walk with Spike.  Time to bust out the Squall again.

All fueled by R&M eggs.  Of course.

They’re still coming, 2 every day.  Look how much bigger the ones on the left are.  One of the chickens is seriously outperforming the other.

Also got a nice surprise call from my sister in Afghanistan on Sunday (she’s doing well), and did some studying for this god-forsaken online class I’m taking.

I can’t help it, I hate taking classes online.  And yes, Spike always sits like that.

Next up: MEMPHIS!  This weekend!  A friend of mine gave me the name of a friend of hers who is actually competing in the BBQ World Championships.  Woah.  This could get crazy.

And to top it all off…Paul is going to be running the 10K run leg of the Olympic triathlon on Sunday in Memphis as part of a relay team.  He hasn’t run more than 2.5 miles in a year.  That should also be amazing.

Onward and upward.

2 thoughts on “Eggcersize

  1. holy crap you are making me look bad with all of your training! sheesh! i’m guessing that you and catherine will beat me by no less than 3 hours. awesome.

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