I’ve got to admit I’ve been consistently inconsistent in maintaining the blog over the past twelve months. It’s not for a lack of trying, I assure you. Rather it’s a function of pure exhaustion and competing priorities. As May winds down and we approach the end of school, I’m looking forward to the relief that the start of summer begins. Our schedules slow down and life becomes somewhat calm and balanced. Of course, calm and balanced in a house of three boys probably doesn’t fit most people’s definition of calm and balanced.
Since the corporate run, I’ve continued to train using the Couch to 5K app to gradually increase my mileage and running time. Due to the May heat, most of my training has been inside on the treadmill. Fortunately, my AirPods and closed captioned episodes of Curb Your Enthusiasm have carried me through the nine weeks of training. Last week, Jake and I ran a 5k in Delray. I’m still slow, but was still managed to take two minutes of my time from the corporate run.
For the past week, the weather here has dried out considerably, so the Mayor and I have been running in the evenings. It’s significantly more difficult to run outside versus the treadmill, but it feels great. There’s nothing better then running with my boys and our little Piggie. Athena has transitioned back to running quite well. Although much like mom, she’s also out of shape. Since Maya’s cancer scare, we’ve been reticent to take her out running in the heat. After a course of antibiotics and some CBD oil and CBD treats from Honest Paws, Maya is doing amazing.
Today we’re laying low in anticipation of running tomorrow morning. Fortunately, I was able to meet up with my dear friend Jessica last night in Palm Beach. I met her this year on Momcation 2.0 (Cayman Island edition) and we hit it off right away. We had some fabulous drinks, food, conversation and laughs. It was an awesome night. I’ll write more on the beauty that is Momcation in a different post later.hockey families counting down to the start of tomorrow night’s Stanley Cup Finals. It’s lamentable that we’ve had to go so long without hockey at nights. I’ve tried to catch as much as the World games (Go Finland!,) but it’s tough when you don’t have the channels playing the games. Nonetheless, tomorrow hockey returns and we cannot wait. It’s going to be interesting to see how the Bruins come out tomorrow after quite a bit of downtime. On the other hand, I’m curious to see how the Blues’ rooking goaltender Bennington is going to handle the pressure. Should be awesome! Who are you cheering for?