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Long time no see.

Saturday, February 09, 2013

Finals came and went. I earned A, A, A-, B.
My Christmas break was busy! Not with family really, but husband and I indulged in laziness. I watched all the of the new Doctor Who. Husband played a lot of Torchlight. (to the tune of "Happy Together") "So lazyyyy togetheeeeeer!"

I did keep up blogging, half decently. Kinda. Just checked, no I didn't. I did read The Silent World by Jacques-Yves Cousteau, and it was fascinating.

Hubby and I went to the Miami Seaquarium! WEE!

And then school started again. A whole month went by before I realized that I hadn't done anything but school. Well, I watch some Netflix when I'm on the treadmill in the morning. I walk three times a week, for an hour. I have done a pilates session but I can't really move for days afterwards. I was working on running again. I got up to 0.5 miles pretty much pain free, then hobbled myself for a couple days when I hit 0.6.

I really need to work more on my hips and glutes, since that seems to be where ITBS really stems from. I use the foam roller after my walks, and stretch, am on a Motrin run since the mini-hobbling (for a prescribed amount of weeks, via my in-house medic). However, I've not been doing enough stretching or strengthening of my hips and glutes. How can I tell? Why, the mini-hobbling of course!

still working on NerdFitness challenges. 5 weeks in to a 6 week one now, and rocking a A, B, and D in my fit categories. The D is sleep. :( A in my "hobby time". Probably should try to switch those up a bit.... har har. Can't sleep on the treadmill though!

Ok. Blog is updated. I really wish I could up update it from mobile. I'm almost never on the real computer anymore unless I'm working on school!

PS: We also did a 5k! Hubby ran and I walked, but it was still weeeee!
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