|Gender-neutral baby quilt, since they won't find out until the kid is born.|
1.2 miles. Two weeks ago, I could sneeze that distance. But when your body is screaming at you to stop, you better listen.
But the thing about that run? It gave me the mental energy to cut fabric/sew a bit. I made progress on the baby quilt, and overall felt SO much better mentally, even if my abdomen was unhappy.
Tomorrow, I hope to find out what is wrong, and what I can do about it. I've lost 4 lbs from eating so little- it's hard to eat when it makes you feel semi-nauseus, and has been giving me "dragon belches" (the kind that feel so acidic it's like breathing fire). Pretty sure it's not serious, so in a fit of insanity I ran 2.8 miles just now, just so that I know I can finish the Spartan as long as I'm medically cleared. A little crazy, I know, but I've already decided that if it's my gallbladder, like I suspect, and if I need surgery, I WILL put it off until after the weekend. I did not train all spring for this event, pay for it, and rally our whole team for nothing! And the way I see it, I'm building more mental strength that will come in handy this fall when I tackle 26.2!
I've got some handwork to keep me busy for the rest of the evening.
Let's all have a great week! I do know I've got one guaranteed bright spot- my Nike Fuelband is coming tomorrow! Now I just need to get back to 100% so I can start playing.