Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Super-Trimommy Strikes Again!

What a day! I can't believe I can even keep my eyes open to write this. Here's how it went down:

  • 6:00 Wake-up call from crazy robin trying to break into my house (for once, it wasn't one of my angelic children waking me up)
  • 6:45 Get breakfasts on the table, lunches in the lunchbags, and dinner in the crockpot
  • 7:45 Get dressed for a run, check email really quick
  • 8:00 Boys to sitter after getting everyone's stuff into car (we were quick today at around 10 min.)
  • 8:20 Quick pit stop before beginning my run
  • 8:30 60 min. run: 10 m. warm-up, 40 min. tempo run, 10 min. cool-down--6.65 miles
  • 9:30 Quick shower and get ready for work
  • 10:00 To the Hobby Lobby to buy stuff for Ryan's birthday party
  • 11:30 In Oswego (after 45 min. drive--ahhh some time to relax) for 2 hours of teaching
  • 2:35 Home again after picking up milk from the dairy
  • 3:00 1 hour conference call (more on this tomorrow)
  • 4:00 Pick up boys and off to Wegmans to replenish the bare cupboards
  • 5:45 Unpack groceries, fix dinner, clean kitchen, referee crazy screaming children (why are they always so crazy from 5:30-6:30 pm???)
  • 7:15 Help Kel clean up, get Noah ready for bed, put a load of laundry into washer
  • 8:00 Off to Masters Swim where I swam as though I were made of lead
  • 10:21 Going to bed...


right this very minute. Good night!

4 comments :

  1. I can totally relate! Hope you got some rest and are rejuvinated for Thursday!

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  2. Wow. It sounds like a number of mini-tris in one day. Enjoy.
    Ben

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  3. Good grief!!! Hope you were able to get a good night's rest.

    Thanks for the well-wishes about my tri this Saturday. You're right: I think once the adrenaline's pumping and my body heats up I'll be fine.

    So, I finally went to Rite-Aid tonight to check out the compression socks. The cheapest ones I found - the only ones I found - were 32 bucks! Will have to do a little bit more shopping; maybe go to a Rite-Aid in a big city instead of the little one here in rural America.

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  4. Phew!! That was a busy day for you!! Way to go!
    Thanks for the note in BT about things to do near Syracuse, we didn't have too much time, but hit a museum in Albany. I definitely plan on seeing much more of NY when I am up here!

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