Go out and catch that Easter Bunny. Nancy ran for 10 miles in the sleet yesterday and still didn't manage to track him down.
Speaking of questionable pursuits, Nancy just signed up for the Journeys Half Marathon, and I signed up for the 5K. Not really what I was hoping for, but that's what my new roboshoulder dictates. It'll still be a fun time.
A foot of light, fluffy stuff today. Our new weather station was completely covered in snow and looked like some kind of coconut lollipop at the top of its pole.
We meandered around for our runs this week, getting in about 15 miles. The weather's been so nice we haven't hit the fitness center yet, but that's already changed with this weekend's snow. It's really icy below the fluff.
"Real" training begins soon, and I'm a little nervous for whatever plan Nancy's cooking up...
In an effort to hit a particular goal before the year's end, I ran again today. Nancy and I headed out into the darkness a little after 6:30 PM, armed with reflective clothes and my new Hexbright flashlight, which was a graduation gift from TJ.
The flashlight performed admirably, as did my freshly-rooted MotoACTV fitness watch. It's an Android device, and I'd been wanting to add some software to it after marathon season was over. Tonight was the first trial of MotoACTV TCX Exporter, and it works great. I think Motorola is winding down support for the MotoACTV, and the official portal has never been very reliable. This exporter automatically generates TCX files on the watch itself, which I can then upload directly to my favorite tracker, SportsTrackLive.