Monday, October 21, 2013

No rest for the weekend

I don't know about you all, but I'm not sure how it's Monday already. My weekend was full. 

After my usual Saturday morning gym time, I spend the rest of the day driving tours on this guy:

The photo is from last year, but this is one of the Cycle Pub bikes. It's the only one were the driver also pedals. I figured five hours of biking more than made up for the three mile run I didn't end up doing. 

Sunday was church and then a long run. In preparation for that 1/2 marathon I'm going to be running in two weeks, I wanted to get a 10 miler in. Little sister joined me on her mountain bike again. 

It was a beautiful day on the trail. Miles 5 and 10 were the most difficult. But it helped to have my own personal cheerleader motivating me. Too bad she can't ride beside me in the actual race. 

The rest of the day was spent packing and preparing to move yet again. The homeowners return today, so it's back to crashing at the sister's house until the next opportunity presents itself, or I find permanent housing, whichever comes first. 

Needless to say, when I finally did sit down last night, my body refused to move for a very long time. This morning, I'm wishing we could hit reset on the weekend and start all over again with the beautiful weather and more time to relax and enjoy it. 


  1. Yes! Lets definitely reset and start over! Our weekend went fast too. We left the house at 5am on Saturday and drove to Spokane to watch Tyler play football against Whitworth. The good part is that yes, he won but also that we got to meet Sullivan!!!!!!!! We saw Grandma and Grandpa, Ashley and Zack and of course darling Sullivan. He is sure a cutie pie! Hayley loved getting high fives and hugs from him. He even clapped and said "Yah" when Linfield scored :) Long drive home after the game though so I napped a lot on Sunday!!!!!!! Sounds like your weekend was much more productive than mine.

    1. Hooray for Tyler! But wait a minute. It totally escaped me that this was your first time meeting Sullivan! I'm so glad you all got to see them, even if it meant for a long weekend.