Friday, March 31, 2006

Last day of March!

It's the last day to get in a few miles to count towards my March goals! My numbers for the month are in pretty good shape, I just need to put in about an hour on the bike trainer tonight.

Big woo hoo for the start of Daylight Savings Time this weekend! I'll celebrate it by getting up extra-extra early for the Cherry Blossom Ten Miler on Sunday. I'm looking forward to it! I'll be running with my camera this year and not going for any PRs. The weather is forecast to be the nicest day ever! But for me, warmer weather equals slower running, so I'll just take it at a moderate pace (for me) and enjoy the day, most likely.

Now that you're going to be outside in the sun a little more, let me make a little Public Service Announcement to remember to always wear your sunblock during your runs and rides and outdoor swims! Remember, we shouldn't be worrying about what our tan lines look like - we should be much more concerned with avoiding that tanned, leathery, damaged skin in the first place! Just talk to Holly or Oldman, if you disagree.


Holly said...

Looking forward to seeing you cross the finish line this weekend Nancy!

Thanks for the "Sunscreen" public announcement. I put mine on this morning before I headed out on the bike!

TriFeist said...

Agreed, sunblock is our friend. I have a bottle in the car, a bottle in my locker, a bottle at home.

Good luck on the 10 miler. The pictures should be beautiful with all the blossoms in bloom.

mipper said...

good luck on the run. can't wait to see the pics.

sunblock, sunblock, sunblock.

i buy spf 60, even though studies say it is not much more effective than 45. but still, i feel better.

Brian said...

Ok, first of all my apologies for dropping off the scene for about a month of postings. Excuses are on recent post. Next, let me second your woo hoo to daylight savings time! Third, I feel like we will be riding together tonight, bec I am about to get on the trainer for an hour myself. FL Half Iron just around the corner,,,gotta be ready!

Brian said...

BTW - still planning to run into you guys at IMFL

nancytoby said...

Please don't hurt us!! ;-)