This past weekend was super fabulous. I was runner #1200 in my second Chicago Lung Run. Lots of supporters of lung cancer research came out to run in the rainy weather...including my science lab partner from junior high. It was wet and cloudy morning, and I'm not sure how fast we ran exactly, but we ran the entire thing! And we met a nice lady who's Mom was recently diagnosed with Lung Cancer. She was super supportive of the Lung Run and shared all her life ups/downs with us. We also learned of a super cool Barefoot running shoe that we now want!
|Fleet Feet Sports showed us their running gear at the Lung Run.|
Our next feat is to run another 5k in November, complete Saturday morning runs and a half-marathon in March.
Sunday was also excellent. Had Sunday brunch at Ruby Tuesday. It was my only big meal of the day so I splurged and got their new crabacado omelet with portebella mushrooms, a side of potatoes, yogurt and granola in a martini glass and a peach/orange/mango/pineapple/grenadine fruit blend. Super super super calorie explosion, which is why I only ate half of my food, and took the other half home. Thank the Lord for doggie bags!
On Sunday I also started volunteer training at the Humane Society and wanted to bring every cat I saw home. Some looked so sad locked up in their cages. The dogs, too. As a volunteer I get to "socialize" with the shelter cats and show them off to potential adopting parents. Don't mind if I do.
Here's to shedding some more pounds this month!