After an unseasonably warm and dry November, winter officially arrived in Minnesota last week.
Nat and I did a quick run on Tuesday when the temps were still "balmy" -- 40s during the day and 30's at night.
On Wednesday, the wind shifted and the temps dropped. We had our first dusting of snow early on Thursday morning.
Now, the furnace kicks on about twice an hour; the lakes are starting to freeze and I broke out the Cuddle Duds.
Training this week went well. Coach Dan had me in the water three times; on the bike four times and running three times. I made it all but one of the runs, which was scheduled for Thursday night, the first really cold night so far. I just couldn't muster the gumption to get out and get it done.
Instead, Hubby and I hit Golfsmith, where they were having a 25% off of most everything sale. We stocked up on some golf balls, tees and got a couple of used clubs.
We are going on a little golf vacation soon with some friends of ours. The weather should be warm and sunny, which will be a very nice break.
I'll also be able to get some training in while I'm on vacation. It will be nice to run without wearing mittens and long underwear.
One last SHOUT OUT to Sabrina, Hubby's daughter. She's been getting in to fitness recently and ran her first 5K on Thanksgiving (see last post). She ran her SECOND 5K on Saturday -- the Reindeer Run.
She is really getting in to it, which is really fabulous. I'm very proud of her and her accomplishments!