We've been having a lot of March winds this month, and apparently are about to have the usual April showers -- meaning we're predicted to get 6-12" of snow on Friday. And we already have our May flowers...
I'm heading to Boston today, then to Washington DC on Saturday. The weather in both of those places doesn't look so good either, but at least I won't have to plow my driveway.
One of my many New Year's resolutions was to floss my teeth daily. It's one of those things that you know perfectly well you're supposed to do, and yet I'm pretty certain hardly anyone does it. Except for Brad, who does floss daily, but doesn't do it properly even though I've been telling him for more than 15 years how to do it. So I've probably been averaging 5 or 6 days a week this year, which is pretty good. But now I have a dentist appointment for a cleaning next week and you just know I'm going to floss every day until then.
I've decided that I'm tired of being slothful, especially now that the sun is shining. Saturday I watched the first four episodes of Prison Break, which sounds slothful -- except that I was walking on my treadmill the entire time and managed to cover 9.31 miles in the 160 minutes, which is an average pace of 17.11 minutes per mile. And I could even still walk on Sunday, which was good news, and did another 3.66 miles at a 17:45 minute per mile pace.
Do I seem a little bit data obsessed?
I absolutely am, and Brad knows this about me, and actually encourages it. He showed me a great website where I can track every single minute I spend exercising, including yoga and tennis, and anything else I want to track. It has fields for all kinds of data, and then has reports, too! How great is that??! So far this year I've gone 50.8 miles, which isn't much. I'm going to massively increase my time and distance metrics in the next few weeks. I might even go outside once in awhile..