Hi there.

Hope you are having a good week. Mine is going well. It’s been super busy but lots of good things. I’ve secured this freelance gig for the next 6 weeks so I can keep kibble on the table for Duncan. I struggled to get out the door for my run this morning thanks to the Dunkster. He’s just got the guilt trip face that says “stay with me”.

I posted this confession about my skipped run on Instagram.

 

But all day I promised myself that I’d redeem myself and run tonight when I got home from work. So I took Duncan to the park for a quick walk and then to the pet store for a new bone and got home just before sunset where I left him to gnaw contently and finally got my miles in!

enjoy your bone buddy....see ya in 33 minutes.

enjoy your bone buddy….see ya in 33 minutes.

I love a good pink hue in the sky

I love a good pink hue in the sky

running in the dark. mission accomplished

running in the dark. mission accomplished.

It was a beautiful night tonight. The humid rainy weather moved out and a nice cool summer breeze moved in. I felt like I was running my tempo pace which used to be 9:45-10:00/miles but these days it’s about a minute slower. Good benchmark though.

I’ve got so much to do so I’m signing off. But I’ll be back later in the week with an exciting giveaway!

Enjoy the rest of your week.

How do you get your workouts in?

Do you skip out on them frequently.

Have you ever redeemed yourself by just postponing your workout until later in the day?

 

2 Comments

  1. Loved the post, Sally! I have a dog and I always fell guilty about leaving him. Luckily, he likes to run!

  2. Usually postponing my workouts for later in the day does not work for me, unless I’m meeting up with someone. If I postpone, I will overthink it and not leave my couch. Nice job getting out there!

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