I don't normally summarize my training plan for the week (usually out of shame) but here it is:
Monday - 5km
Tuesday - running rest but doing Body Attack class at work (learning to instruct)
Wednesday - 8km (this is also tennis night but I think I may cancel for this week because hubby is away and getting a sitter is impossible)
Thursday - rest
Friday - 4-5 km
Saturday - 6km
Sunday 12km (followed by my traditional Sunday spree at the bulk barn where I endulge on very healthy and nutritious items - that happened to be dipped in chocolate. Come on...you know you do it to).
I know I should be much higher on Sunday but as this is my first full week back to running post injury, we thought keeping it lower would be best. Next week I make a bigger jump and the week after that (provided all is well) we are back on schedule. I was originally planning for 4:30 but now I just want to finish. Besides, the trip is already hit our VISA and the kids told Nana they wanted "Mickey Money" for Christmas. NO turning back now!
On the upside, I have raised $6,300 for the Arthritis Society so far. It is a little lower than the $10,000 we had dreamed of but higher than my original goal of $4,000. Do you think if I don't finish, people will want a matching percentage of their money back?? :)