Well, the marinade was not crusty till it was baked, or at least I assume so. I saw the meat marinade container in the fridge this morning as I packed for work while it was completely dark out, and just assumed I'd be doing BBQ tonight. But no, the minute I walked in the door there was baked chicken with that wonderful sauce, on rice, with corn on the side, and a gentle white wine (pun intended) to wash it down.
Work gave us a pedometer last week. Next week we're supposed to track our steps, aiming for 10,000 a day. I'm about 6000 not counting workouts, not counting walking around the house after I take off my work pants, and not making any other changes to my routine. They say there is a way to account for workouts, so I'll wait and see. There are some good prizes.
Sushi for me is almost always an evening thing, but today I had lunch with a former office roomie. She chose a sushi place because it's good, they make each order as it comes rather than prepare a bunch in advance, the service is fast, and she's on the clock. They pay attention to her arrival, departure, and lunch times. I wouldn't put up with that myself. The sushi was really good, and it was nice to get caught up.
I waited just over an hour to go for a run, and started easy. The 4th K was the fast one, then easy. Just over 30 minutes, with some walk to cool down and stretching after. It was a bit weird running so soon after eating. How long do you wait to run after eating a meal?
One of the blogs I read had some pictures of Risser's beach, and then a couple of Hirtle's beach, just because I asked. Which had me going back through my own pictures of Hirtles. The first is a Snapseed dress up preview of what's going on Facebook cover in a few minutes. The other is a nice one with lots of wave action.
Run meter stuff now. Look at that time for 4 K! Woo hoo! Considering my legs felt kind of heavy and clumsy, I'm pretty darn pleased.