My parents live in the country in e. WA on the top of a hill on a gravel road. So any running I do there will include running uphill. I will have to run uphill in order to get back to their house. I don't know if I'll have time on Sunday to go for a run. I know I won't have time on Friday, I'll go to work and then race home to get Maddox and Damian and then leave immediately (it's a 5-6 hr drive, depending on how many stops I need to make). Sunday I won't have to work, but my parents will want me to go to church with them, so I don't know. Maybe I'll go to church and then go for a run and then leave. My sister is going with me, so it also depends on when she wants to leave. I may just have to take 2 days off this week.
Anyway, back to goals . . .
Run up Haggen Hill (i.e. horrendous hill)Completed Monday 4/2/12 Run entire 3 milesCompleted 4/10/12 Tulip Run/WalkCompleted 4/7/12 1:28
- Run up 4 mile hill Sunday hill by ??? May 1st? Do I think I can do that?
*Run up HH every day for a weekCompleted Tuesday 4/10/12
- *Run entire 3 miles under 30 min.
I keep forgetting that I'm planning on walking in the Tulip Run this year. I am walking because my sister is planning on going with me and she doesn't run. I would really like to run, but I'm willing to slow down for her. I guess I will just have to wait till next year and run then. I have looked up other runs in this area and it doesn't seem like there are a lot. I don't really want to travel to Seattle (at this time) to go to a "race." Especially for my first one. How scary! The Tulip Run is either 2 miles or 5 miles. I'm not up to 5 miles yet, and 2 miles (now) seems so short. So it's probably a good thing that we're just going to walk.