That’s more than I can say for my training log, however. Google Docs inexplicably barfed all over it and upon exporting it out to my Mac to try to save the file, I couldn’t open it. So now I have to work with it on Jonathan’s Windows machine, which creates the hideousness you see at right. Damn you, Google. You’re not worth $528.94 a share.
I ran every day last week. And, more important, I ran pain free every day. It was good.
It was also hot.
So I did lots of running inside on the treadmill.
Which was fine.
Highlights of the week included my first Jack Daniels-assigned speed session. That went well. I did not run too hard. I did my strides on a few outside runs and realized that unlike in training cycles past, I was not too tired to do the strides. Good sign.
Then I tore up Suicide Hill in Van Cordlandt and won a muffin. With help from Jonathan.
On Saturday I got some culture and some miles in Prospect Park.
And that was that.
This week’s gone well too. I ran faster than previously on some treadmill speedy stuff. On Saturday I have a 4 mile race in Central Park. I love the bizarre 4 mile distance.
On Sunday I’ll meet some long-admired kindred spirits for the first time (and reconnect with a few regulars) for lunch, one from Philadelphia and one all the way from Australia. That should be fun. I hope he doesn’t make fun of our accents.
I ordered some flamboyantly awful-looking new racing flats.
But you’ll have to wait until the weekend to hear all about those things.
How happy am I not to be injured?
Do you really have to ask?