Saturday, August 1, 2009

A Jump on the Day

Before 8 am hit this morning I had two major accomplishments under my belt. I ran 8 pain-free miles {not an easy feat when not even ONE person shows up to join the misery, I mean run}. I think everyone returns from vacations this week and if not, I guess enjoying the river at 6am in solitude isn't THAT bad.

The second is even more exciting, if you can believe that. There was an official changing of the guard in the unmentionables drawer at precisely 7:45am. Out with the nursing and in with the non-nursing. Slowly but surely this body will get back to normal. Well, whatever normal I can derive after 3 kids.

6 days and counting...

Think "Cable Car" and Spokane

8 comments:

lindsay>boo said...

8 miles--that's awesome! And by yourself and everything. If it were me, I probably would have just gone home if no one else was there.

And no more nursing! Yea! That's the best feeling to finally get your body back to yourself!

AOlson said...

I admire your drive so much!!! I wish it would rub off on me. I NEED to get remotivated or something. I should have been there. I contemplated getting out of bed, but since I never get to sleep in with my husband I decided to just lay in bed with him instead.

So proud of you!!! ANd PAIN FEE too!! That rocks, you rock!! Did I mention I think you are amazing.

Amy said...

You went this morning?!? Amy didn't pick me up so as soon as it was 5:30 and she wasn't here, I sped over to your house, and got there at like 5:33. I waited for 10 minutes and no one showed up, so I just went home. Lame!

goddessdivine said...

Dude, I don't know how you do it. These folks that run these marathons are amazing. Good for you!

Sarah said...

Are you going to see The Fray!?

Sara said...

I am so happy for the bra change what a great moment. I hope you have a great trip.

Stephanette said...

But those nursing g's are so sexy! Won't Jeremy miss them? Hee Hee :D

Congrats on the major accomplishments. Have fun!

tharker said...

I'm so glad your run was pain free! Hopefully, the change from nursing to non-nursing is also pain free :) It always takes me a few days to feel normal again after the kiddo decides they're done nursing.

So excited for you and your big fun that's coming up!