Mother’s Day 2009 went like this:
7 AM – Fabulous Open Water Swim Clinic where I learned some great stuff about sighting that might even keep the kayak guys from having to chase me down next time I race – awesome!
8:30 – coffee and fruit
9:00 – Trail Run. I was feeling kind of trashed and really slow so I only went part way and then turned around. I still managed 10 min miles so I’ll take it.
10:00 – Shop at Trader Joe for fruit, bread and other stuff
11:00 – make delicious French Toast and fruit salad with yogurt
12:00 – Nap!
1:00 – conference call with 2 lovely daughters to revel in Mother’s Day love (son had already wished me Happy Mother’s Day in person)
1:30 – work around back yard
3:00 – head to nursery to pick up some more vegetables and flowers.
4:00 – home again.
4:30 – Nap!
5:30 – spend some time with son
6:00 – head out to pick up delicious Thai food
6:30 – eat delicious food, read paper
8:00 – put clean sheets on bed
8:30 – color hair and shower
9:00 – watch Desperate Housewives and decide it’s time for that show to toss in the towel
10:00 – watch Brother’s and Sisters and draw same conclusion
11:00 – zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
In the spirit of sharing I’ve added a good Dave Scott swim video that addresses the issue of sighting.