OK, I started to write a post about what I'm up to and then I checked and found that I'd already updated everything I'm up to and not much has changed. Wow, that really sucks. My life is SUPER boring.
So, I haven't run or biked in weeks. And the way things are at my new job, I don't think I can work out during lunch hour. That means joining the bare bones gym near my house and trying to get back into the old workouts I used to do at night after supper. And that means hours and hours of treadmill jogging with an iPod and the TVs all tuned to crap I don't care about. Blah. I'm not enthused about nighttime workouts and going back to seeing how much I can bench press. Blah. Blah blah blah.
|Bobcat or Mountain Lion?|
Speaking of the woods where my neighbors keep seeing bobcats, the past 2 days in a row I have had a family of deer run across the road right in front of my car in the very same spot as I was coming home from my Psycho Drama Queen-free job. Yesterday it was two adult female deer. Today it was a family of 4, one male, 2 females, and a baby deer. So based on that I get the impression the Bobcat Family and Mountain Lion weren't around at the time. Otherwise, I would have seen 1 male deer, 2 female deer, and 1 baby deer with three bobcats or one mountain lion attached to it dying in the road in front of me as it got devoured.
What else? Ah yes, my cat peed in the dustpan. Again. I let him spend the night indoors, safe from the big cats out there and he thanks me by peeing in the dustpan. This would be the dustpan that was sitting RIGHT NEXT TO THE LITTERBOX, mind you. So we're having a bit of a falling out right now.
Ah, one health-related issue I can't seem to shake - my left heel feels like something is stuck in it, like a thorn is stuck in my foot. But when I look, I see nothing. I'm beginning to wonder if it's something else, some sort of running-related injury that I've never had before, like a heel spur or something. It'd fit with the calf injury problem, which preceded my weird tight-arches problem. Every morning when I wake up my arches feel tight and it takes forever for my feet to finally loosen up again. It's weird. From what I've read, this often precedes heel spurs. So awesome. If I didn't know better I'd swear God didn't want me running anymore. But I'm stubborn, so I'm going to keep doing it anyway.