November 9, 2014

Weekly Roundup: November 9th

It's hard to believe that Richmond Marathon is less than a week away!  It's starting to become a major focal point on my days, which can only mean one thing - race day is almost here!  Nothing notable happened this week, but here are a few things that come to mind:
- Made a yummy baked pumpkin pasta.  It consisted of pasta, pumpkin pasta sauce and mozzarella cheese.  I wish it was more complex!

- The daylight savings time change of the "fall back" variety usually doesn't mess with me that much but my sleep schedule has been totally whack this week.
- I organized some of my mementos from Dublin into a nifty frame/shadowbox. I hate that all of my ticket stubs and tourist memorabilia are usually in a box somewhere!

- Flu shots are a pain...in the arm.  Seriously my arm hurt for at least 3 days after getting that thing!
- I voted...and hope you did too!

- Got one of the best haircuts EVER and proceeded to do laundry and housework on Friday night.  My life is so glamorous!

Sunday, November 2nd
Pam: Rest day
Christine: Ran 11 miles at 9:18 pace

Monday, November 3rd
Pam: 30 min elliptical, weights
Christine: Unplanned rest day

Tuesday, November 4th
Pam: 30 min bike ride
Christine: Ran 3.5 miles, stretching

Wednesday, November 5th
Pam: Ran 4 miles, with fast 5k in the middle
Christine: Yoga, foam rolling, stretching

Thursday, November 6th
Pam: 9 holes golf
Christine: Ran 4 miles with hill ladders at 9:05 pace, pus 0.5 mile cool down, stretching

Friday, November 7th
Pam: Speedwork - 3 x mile at 8:12, 8:17, 8:22 with warm-up and cool-down for 4.5 miles total
Christine: Rest day

Saturday, November 8th
Pam: 18 holes golf
Christine: 7 miles at 8:30 pace, stretching

Soo...it looks like Mom definitely won the activity competition this week.  I can chalk that up to the fact that I'm tapering right?!
{Christine}

6 comments:

  1. I feel like the flu shot ordeal is all about the person giving the shot. Last year I got jabbed and it was sore for days. This year, I barely felt it and no soreness at all. It made me wonder if anything actually happened!
    How great is a new haircut? You look great!

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  2. Love the new haircut Christine!!! And that pasta looks yummy! Great week of workouts you two!

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  3. My flu shot also hurt for a few days - he really got into the muscle! Your pasta dish looks good and I like the shadow box! Enjoy the remainder of taper week :)

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  4. I love all things pumpkin so I must try the pasta. Cute haircut!! Good luck in Richmond.

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  5. That pumpkin pasta looks SO delicious. Love the haircut.

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  6. The shadow box is cool! You should put your medal in it too!!

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