Monday, March 10, 2008

Last week was a busy week. That usually means that work is eating up most of my time and I suppose it does. Three consecutive days of running around the warehouse does tire me out. There's also the day when I tend to the phones and web orders which is a lot of work for one person, so by three o'clock I'm pretty much worn out.

The upside of the week?
  • Creole Stuffed Peppers and Mexican Millet from what else? The Veganomicon. Photos should follow once I can finally upload them. I'm having trouble loading photos right now.
  • The long slow run (or LSD). Even though it was a tough run, I still felt great knowing that my training is coming along and I can feel my fitness improving each week. This is definitely good.
  • The crocuses in the garden (once again photos should follow). We spent a good chunk of time in the garden Sunday doing the big spring clean up. I'm pretty determined to do as much of it as possible so that our homeowners (m&d) will be reluctant to bring in any landscapers.
  • The St. Louis Blues. We went to the hockey game Saturday night. Yes the Blues lost and yes it was a deciding game for the team with regards to hopes for the play-offs, but it was actually a great game and I really felt it could go either way. db and I were sitting close to a fairly rowdy crowd and we were booed pretty heavily in our Blues jerseys. However, on our way to the game at the skytrain station this guy with a pretty serious mohawk saw db's Blues hat and went up to him and shook his hand. It was quite funny. So now we'll just enjoy the rest of the season for the Blues. Ah well, there's always next year.

3 comments:

Vegan Run Amok said...

Congrats on your long slow run! I bet the spring garden cleanup was a workout, too!

red jane said...

OOOh, the recipes sound amazing! I need your opinion and ideas on millet- I think wheat is no longer a friend so I'm trying to explore other options- and the peppers sound divine- looking forward to Friday! As the days grow longer and warmer, it's all runners, all the time near me- I think of you and the training!

sp said...

The gardening was a workout. I actually strained my hand a bit from all the pruning and using scissors to cut back the landscape fabric.

red jane: see you friday!