After running I got to go to the local coffee shop and have a good cup of coffee and a biscuit. I got to rest a bit after the run but then home to mow the lawn. It was still early enough that is still wasn't too hot but it was getting warmer.
Then I had one more job to do before the day could be done. Another landscaping job, this one for a client. My nephew and I worked the flower beds and the lawn. It was about noon at this point so the sun was beaming down. I didn't realize it at the time but I got sun burnt. It was hot hot hot. By the time we finished all I wanted was water and a shower. We were filthy.
Proof: I know you love pictures of my feet. How gross are those.
So I finally got a shower (which was the greatest thing ever) and I learned that things I have read about running are so true. I have always been told to use body glide because of chaffing. Well I run in tight pants so that I don't have that problem, so I thought. Well my legs aren't chapped but my underarms are. The constant rubbing did not agree with me. Also I was told to wear body glide along my waist band for the same reason, it will rub against you and cause a problem. Basically, your clothes will eat you. I was unaware of this one until the nice cool water of the shower ran against it. I yelled out loud when it hit my stomach. Next time I will know better and put this stuff everywhere.
Other than a little chaffing I feel pretty good after my crazy day. My body is not hurting (yet) from my run this morning. I got a little nappy and a little ice on my legs and feeling good.
There are just a few more days until the weigh in, remember its not Monday like the other weeks it will be Wednesday. I am hoping for a great number this week after running 20.5 miles this week as well as a crazy workout schedule. I am trying really hard not to weigh before Wednesday so my number will be a surprise too.
Good luck to the rest of the girls in the contest I hope you are all having a good week. To the rest of you...come back and check in tomorrow, I always have to much to say.