Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Day two...

I'm going to attempt at becoming a runner. I'm on day two of my new running schedule. My sister-in-law, Kelsey, had a schedule that is suppose to gradually get you to the point where you can run for 30-45 min straight. I guess a combination of running and walking is the way to go. At anyrate we'll see how that goes.

So, mother's day. We had a dinner for Lindy, her mother (Alice) and my mother. My brother Brad and his wife Heidi came too. We had a good old time. Lindy's dad and I were cooking for everybody. That basically meant I was watching Lindy's dad grill. He's the master and I, the apprentice.

Anyway, I ought to get going.

5 comments:

Jimbo said...

Yeah...good luck with the running thing. I hate running for running's sake. Put me on a baseball diamond or a racquetball court, then you'll see me run. But that's it.

Bob said...

Of course, if you're really good at racquetball then you don't need to do much running. Its a fat old man's sport. (that's why I love it).

I like running for the chance to think or listen to music or church talks. Its my chance to think about life, the universe and everything, and ponder the answer, 42.

dan said...

Way to go on the running, Bob. There is something refreshing about just running sometimes, although it can be tough to get out there and do it. You might try a 5K sometime. It is really pretty fun to just get out and run with a lot of other people. There is a lot of energy at those events (and runners/walkers of all ages and abilities are welcome).

Bob said...

I do want run a 5k, right now I'm not in much shape. I think it would be great to run a 10k. I don't know if I'll ever get to the point of doing a marathon, or anything... at least I'll get in better shape.

RaeLynn said...

I think I'm going to need that schedule! I want to run a 5K as well!