Edited to include this addition: So one funny/interesting/noteworthy thing happened my easy run day 2. On glorious cool weather day, there was a person in a lawn chair, on a street corner with their hood up over their head using their laptop. If he/she really tracked down the wi-fi signal to the street corner, color me impressed.
Friday night we had planned to have a date night to the drive in, but the rain put the kabosh on that idea. Instead we went out to Chevy's for drinks and dinner and then to the indoor theatre to see Angels and Demons. It was...meh. I've read all of Dan Brown's books, and Angels & Demons was by far my favorite. And I really enjoyed the Da Vinci Code movie. But I didn't think this movie was that great. Good and glad I went, just not meeting my expectations. I did, however, get extremely giddy over the New Moon and Harry Potter 7 movie posters. :)
Saturday I skipped my 4 mile run. Lame. But I had a good reason, kind of. I lost my contacts. Ya. We've tore apart my apartment, on the bf's apartment and they're nowhere. I am blind without my spectacles/contacts but can't run with glasses b/c I'm SO SWEATY. So I didn't run. Sunday I skipped my long 6 mile run, but that was only due to laziness and wanting to sleep in. And wanting to enjoy some Sunday Funday long weekend festivities. I had it in my head that maybe I would run Sunday night, but 5 beers later I thought otherwise.
As punishment, and so my monthly mileage wouldn't completely suffer, I decided to do an 8 mile long run today. I haven't ran 8 miles since September (my current 5k training plans not going over 7 for a long run) so I thought it would be fun. Um. It wasn't, really. I went out at 11:30am because that's the earliest I could drag myself out of bed, and it was already too warm, and I didn't eat anything before, because I'm dumb. I'm starting to be concerned about this early morning running business since I typically opt to not eat instead of getting an upset stomach, and then just run out of steam.
There were strong winds from the south, so I had planned to run the first two miles with the wind, the middle 4 against, and last 2 with. The wind blew. HA. But seriously. It sucked. And I was melting. And I got sunburned. I haven't even THOUGHT of wearing sunscreen on a run this year. I guess it is summer now, crazy. Some miles were good, some were sucktastic.