Mother’s Day was nice. It is one day that I refuse to do any cooking and the one day that I refuse to go out at lunch time because the restaurants are always packed. Friday and Saturday before Mother’s Day were both very busy, so I was hoping to stay home and do nothing. However, that did not work out. I ended up going to a movie with my two daughters, stopping to eat before the movie. It was a nice day.
I’m now on the last week of my spring Couch to 5K program. We met on Tuesdays and Thursdays and were expected to run one day a week on our own. I’ve continued to meet with my Wednesday night running group. I didn’t know how I’d like running three days in a row, but I have noticed a positive difference. I’m working on a plan to continue after this week.
This coming Saturday is my first race since March. If you recall, my April race was canceled. Even though I’ve been running, I feel out of practice!
On the interstate today, we were passed by a racecar nearly 100 years old! It was a 1927 Bugatti 35b. How do I know this? It was printed on the side of the car! The man driving it was definitely a lot braver than I am. Cinderella thought that it looked like, “The Chitty Chitty Bang Bang car.” I was driving, so I wasn’t able to take a photo, but check out these images on Google.
Let your father and your mother be glad, And let her rejoice who gave birth to you. Proverbs 23:25