Monday, April 18, 2011

LLRB 365: 2011 Week 15

I'm composing this week's post a couple days late, home sick with the flu.  At least the fever seems to be gone now (but I thought that yesterday, too, and it came back).  Needless to say, the end of this week wasn't nearly as nice as the beginning.

Saturday
4-9-11
The finale to our anniversary weekend - mimosas and Guinness for breakfast

Sunday
4-10-11
Since I missed my long run on Saturday, I attempted 8 miles on Sunday - it didn't happen.
The temps had spiked to 83* and I only made it 6 very slow miles. total suckage.


Monday
4-11-11
caught a bit of K's track practice - the girl can fly


Tuesday
4-12-11
having a subscription to a running magazine makes you officially a runner


Wednesday
4-13-11
K's first track meet of the season - she won long jump with a PR of 14'11", over 2 feet farther than her closest competitor and 2" shorter than the winner for the boys team!


Thursday
4-14-11
awesome Disney pin from the lovely Kirsten came in the mail today


Friday
4-15-11
Definitely NOT how we wanted to end the week or start the weekend.
A bad landing during long jump drills at practice resulted in a nasty sprain on her jumping leg. Her gymnastics season is over, but we are praying that she is able to come back and finish the track season, and maybe still make the conference finals.


So there you have it.  Hopefully everyone else's weeks finished on a brighter note.

5 comments:

  1. Sorry about the ankle! Poor girl.
    Now, a spike of 83*? Nice. We got snow.

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  2. go ahead and pour yourself another mimosa - after the week you've had you deserve it!

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  3. Ouch! Sorry about the ankle sprain... but Guinness for breakfast? I like how you roll!

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  4. Wow!! what a week you and K had!

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  5. I agree with Brook but I choose the Guiness. Bummer about your daughter's ankle :(.

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