Week of Aug 13-19, 2012:
Current Weight: 160.4 (Down 0.4 lbs from previous week!)
Total Lost to date: 60.4 lbs
Chest: 39" (No Change)
Hips: 43" (No change)
I am having bloggers block or something of that nature. Avery is losing naps like crazy - and she was never a good napper to begin with. Thus, when she does nap for an hour, the last thing I want to do is sit at the computer. (Although - I don't really want to do the laundry or the dishes either, and I do those). Maybe this week I will do more than one post and actually comment on all the posts I read!
|No mommy, you won't. |
You will chase these balls...
...after I throw them through the cat door down the basement steps. Again.
The best part of this training week was the re-evaluation meeting with Adam. I've been frustrated with the strength training - and apparently, so has he. Instead of a workout, we sat down and re-discussed my goals, did all of my measurements to see where I am now, and discussed what I wanted him to do that he wasn't doing.
After tonight's workout with him - I'd say it all paid off. Best strength workout in a long time. I pushed more and he charted. We were both happy.
In other news, Avery has figured out how to remove cabinets safety locks (that only took a couple weeks) and that she can use her big truck to climb onto furniture. She climbs into the truck, climbs out the window onto the couch...and proceeds to wrecking havoc on anything within reach.
|I don't know what she means by wreck havoc - but it sounds like fun!|
In other words - today was one of those days where I really wished I were a working mom. It was one of those days where I joked about giving her away to any takers.
|Wait. What??? You are lucky to have this awesomeness woman.|
I think this attitude on my part had more to do with the whole the lack of napping on her part, and how that resulted in her crying and fussing from 1:30pm until 7:00pm. Well, except for when she played in the dog water dish.
Hopefully, she will adjust to the one nap thing by taking a LONGER afternoon nap instead of a shorter one SOON!
This weekend, I will be running a race as part of the pace team for the first time. I'm pacing the Emerald City Half Marathon this weekend. I'm pacing the 2:50 finish, so it should be easy, but it's still making me a tiny bit nervous. I don't want to mess up anyone's race! I'll also be running an extra 3 miles post race to get in my 16 for the day.
Anyone else ever pace a race?
If you haven't, would you want to?
Anyone else have weeks where the computer has no appeal?