Friday, August 13, 2010

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NOTE: PLEASE GO TO YESTERDAYS POST AND VOTE ON WHAT SOCKS I SHOULD REWARD MYSELF WITH......Just for Fun

Goals: 8 mile LSD run, eat healthy

Results: FUBAR

Diet Setbacks: 1 bite of a brownie

Thoughts: it has been another off day. It was so hot today that I decided to clean our spare bedroom while I waited for it to cool off.  This room has been cleaned 2 other times since we moved in, but every time the day after I get it done we fill it full of something we need to store (boxes, tools, lumber, furniture, etc). This time it took me two hours to get it cleaner, but it still has some remodeling stuff in it, some boxes we need to sort through, and all of our office stuff. I don't want to unpack the office stuff yet because I want to paint and packing it up again seems moot.

By the time I had moved everything out organized, rearranged furniture, and put stuff in the attic for storage I realized it was a little too dark for me to begin a run of that length.

The theme for the week had been adapt and overcome, after assessing changes in my training schedule twice already this week, now I have to do it again. My new goal is to get up and run at 0500 tomorrow morning. I will lay my clothes out before bed in order to make sure it happens. I am almost getting annoyed from changing things so much this week.

6 comments:

Molly said...

adapting is the story of my life!

(I like the shamrock socks myself!)

Mrs. Tucker said...

And Don't forget we need CARPET. I was thinking about that earlier today. we shouldn't get too set on stuff because we're going to have to move it all out to put in carpet!

Adam said...

I was going to comment on this post, but then you told me to go to the other one. Headed there now!

Moving Mertle said...

Wow haven't heard FUBAR in a while :) At least you didn't spend two hours sitting on the couch, you were moving boxes and cleaning. Adaptation is a good mantra! Don't do nothing, do what you can

wendy_kresha@charter.net said...

I love the shark socks, too fun!

abbi said...

Hi Luke - I added you to my spreadsheet for Distance Dreamers since your half is very early in 2011, I'll keep you in this group of people. Looking forward to reading your blog!