It was a good day!
Dennis and I ran the last part of the dyke that we hadn’t done yet. It was great! I wasn’t fast today, but I felt like I could run forever. I even suggested keeping going, but Dennis called a halt at 10.4km. I wish every run could be this good!! Two cool sights: a running group all wearing bunny ears and a gorgeous house that had a rooster crowing in the yard. Definitely not something I hear every day:)
This evening I did a workout just to try and keep my runs and workouts even. I did my usual minute of jogging between each of these: bicep curls, overhead tricep extensions, bent over rows, pullovers, dips and pushups, crunches, reverse crunches, static crunch with scissor legs, Russian twists, plank, bicycle crunches, deadlifts, reverse lunges, curtsy lunges, squats, plié squats, and hip raises.
It’s not much but I don’t want to quit in case it’s contributing to these good runs:)
I read two books today in a series that isn’t worth recommending. I hate that even though the books aren’t great I now need to finish the series to see what happens.
I finished the sweater!!!! I’m so happy to be able to say that!
This is the Serra Turtleneck by Amy Christoffers in the book New American Knits. I used the pattern to inform how to do the rolled neck, but then ignored it as I didn’t do the faux seams nor the shaping. I am happy with the rolled neck but may do another in a heavier yarn as it’s not quite what I was thinking of, though I am super happy with it! It also used up another two skeins if yarn and I am at my lowest stash number since I counted the stash🎊😀
Well, I think that’s it and I’m going to go crawl into bed and read the next book in this mediocre series🤣