Now that I'm a little more caught up on sleep I'm feeling a whole lot better. Even yesterday afternoon my knees were not all that cranky with me at all. I was certainly in bed early again.
My run buddy Michelle encouraged me to run anyway, even through it's still winter out there, and offered to come along. It turns out that once around the reservoir is exactly 15 K. 1:55 or so, at a pretty even 7:30 K pace, other than a walk at half way to eat a cookie or two while Michelle dealt with other issues. The run felt really good, so I'm glad I was out. Thanks for coming along Michelle!
Sorry Cori, we were a bit rushed, so I didn't get to video the anti-cast and swift healing dances.
I was a bit surprised how many other runners there were out, but then there's a Running Room in Glenmore Landing that supports a ton of running groups. The only place the path was kind of crappy was down in Weaselhead. Everywhere else had been plowed. So let's see, I'll do the run screen shots for those interested, then the cat photos.
And now, starring Curtis and Celina! The light was just perfect, complimenting his fur.
And then Celina had to hop up to get into the photo for one of the top 10 photo bombs ever. She wasn't there when I started to press the button.
This is one of the better photos of Curtis.
Celina was not feeling the camera love this morning.
This is what spring in Alberta looks like. Can you tell how shoveled my sidewalk is. All the snow on the fence fell last night.
Lastly, novel stuff. I dived back into the timeline software, and have got that (mostly) sorted out. More writing needed, and shuffling around a bit of existing writing.