Where to start? It's been a busy monthish!
My boyfriend arrived home from his Europe trip alive! haha It was so nice to have him home!!
I've been running lots lately, I love it! Every Tuesday my daughter has girl guides so I picked a route from the church her girl guides is located, so I'm running 10K on Tuesdays, and then I get another run in Thursdays someway somehow. Last thursday my boyfriend watched her and I got a 7K in, last night he was busy so the little turkey did her homework at the gym while I ran on the treadmill (if you really want something you'll find a way!) She was so cute reading in the corner!
Then when she was done reading she joined me for a short run
There was a beautiful sunset (the gym is in the penthouse of the building) So I just had to snap a picture
I'm trying to get a total of 20K + every week. So last week I got 22K, this week so far I've only got 13 but I still have my weekend runs (Saturday and Sunday) to fit in 7 more kilometers, I know I can do that!
Last night my mom came to visit and we went to public gardens here in the city, so many beautiful flowers! We walked around for a while, it was fun!
Last weekend I went golfing for my very first time. We did 18 holes!! Crazyness!! It was a huge beautiful golf course and a lot of fun, I was actually pretty sore the next day! It was a cold/overcast type day but we still had a blast!
Also this week I participated in an event called Canstruction. Basically organizations build a structure out of Cans, with a little slogan about ending hunger and all the cans and money goes to Feed Nova Scotia. It's a great cause and a lot of fun but it's also a lot of work! The plans and organzing, right down to getting the right size/color cans. It's a lot of organizing and the day of it took us 8 hours to build, but it was great! We made the "HMCS AthabasCAN: Fighting Hunger”
With a history dating back to 1940, Her Majesty’s Canadian Ship Athabaskan has always stood true to her motto: “We Fight as One”
Now it’s our turn to fight as one against hunger here in Nova Scotia
and of course here is a picture of the finished product