Not many runs to report either, but I did finally get back out there and managed a grand total of ONE run this week! My knee seems a lot better (it's actually worse when I am lying down for any length of time, but walking and running seems to be no problem). In between, there has been a couple of strength training sessions at home, and some cycling in the sub-zero temperatures.
Other than my minimal exercise this week (perhaps my body is still recovering from the 100km+ challenge a few weeks ago? I have been really tired and unmotivated re: fitness this week too) I've been mainly getting excited about my debut novel, and trying to share that around the big wide world of the web. Thank you for your support and encouraging words too! These are exciting times.
Here is another link re: Bacon Sleep Sex, on Good Reads: http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/23595485-bacon-sleep-sex
Here it is on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/baconsleepsexloiswood?ref=aymt_homepage_panel
Please feel free to 'like' and 'share' it!! I would be most grateful!
So, yes, more freezing-cold weather today. Stay warm wherever you may be. Here's where I would much rather be today, ahh Australia, how I miss you (but will be seeing you very soon!):
Four names that people call me, other than my real name:
Four jobs I have had:
Mobile spray tan technician (lol, and I was the WORST hey...)
Pathology Technical Assistant (Cytology Department)
Office Slave on a trading floor of an investment bank
Jenny Craig consultant
Four movies I’ve watched more than once:
I Love You Man
Four books I’d recommend:
Bacon Sleep Sex by Lois Wood (haha, self-plug much??)
Blind Faith by Ben Elton
Cuban Heels by Emily Barr
Any book by Robert Barrett
Four places I have lived:
Four places I have been:
Four places I’d rather be right now:
Four things I don’t eat:
Bacon, ham or any porky product!
Four of my favorite foods:
Cheese and antipasto platters (this counts as one food right?)
Four TV shows that I watch:
Hmm, can't really answer this one as currently I watch zero tv.
Four things I am looking forward to this year:
The end of the teaching semester and the exams
The beautiful, picturesque snow we've heard so much about
Checking out some nearby cities via the train
Getting my running legs back out there!
Four things I’m always saying:
Fancy a coffee? (then promptly forgetting the person in question's answer to this, and thus asking again)
How are you all? (One of my lesson openers)
What's the weather like today? (Again, my fail-safe lesson beginning question)
Bacon Sleep Sex (said in a comedy accent courtesy of Google translate, my particular favourites being that said in Danish, Dutch, Norwegian and Africaans)
Four people I tag: