Things are going fine; no complaints. My health and the health of my family and friends is all good. My running is feeling like it’s back on the upswing with a solid 20 miler last weekend and even stronger 18 miler this weekend. Work is ridiculously busy and getting busier every hour, but even that isn’t a bad thing – as long as I maintain my balance. Yet, I haven’t really had a lot to talk about. Is that a bad thing?
Spring is finally showing signs of making an appearance after all and the Boston Marathon is just two weeks away. It’s all good! Although I wish I was running Boston this year, I’m very happy to be volunteering this year. I’ll be part of my company’s entourage by manning the water stop at mile 7.1 in Framingham. Because our water stop is so early on the course, it might be hard to see Scott or any of my other friends running in the masses, but I’ll do my best!
We’re not big Easter people, but I hope all of you who celebrate Easter or Passover are having a lovely one. We spent the day doing very random but enjoyable things: Scott ran his long run while I drove about supporting him, I revived my spare room painting project so spent a couple hours doing that this morning, we joined Scott’s family for lunch, grabbed ice cream and “beach pizza” at Salisbury Beach after lunch, took Bella for a long walk/hike in the woods, continued painting when I returned home, and then plopped myself down to write about it all.
|Ice cream pose with Scott & niece Kristin (recently engaged!!)|
Tomorrow is five years since Scott brought Bella home to me. I thank him every day. I love this dog.
|Notice the stick Bella's carrying is longer than she is!|
I hope you’ve all had a great weekend, great run, and, even if you don’t have a lot to say, I hope it’s all good J