Our computer took a dump late last week. For those that don't know, Keith and I own a business and run it out of our home. We've had this business for 20 years now. We use Quickbooks and Lotus Smart Suite Organizer to help us. Well, the mother board died so we decided it wasn't worth saving. We had to buy a new desk top computer, which was quick and easy. Unfortunately our version of Quickbooks doesn't jive with Windows 7 which is on our new computer. So we had to go buy a new version of Quickbooks. It is TOTALLY different than our old version. We don't have a calendar/schedule on the new computer now and are having a hell of a time finding a simple little calendar to put on this computer. Once again I need to input all of our customer information. At least this time we have the external hard drive so I can get the information easily. It's just very time consuming to enter it all. Fun times!
I got out for a marvelous run with Boomer Sunday morning. It was early, it was cold, and it was foggy. We ran for about 45 minutes, completing 3.75 miles. It was a perfect run with no IT pain and no foot pain.
Monday morning Erin and I planned on meeting for the 9:15 a.m. spin class. Last time I went to a 9:15 class, the instructor was five minutes late and I was told this was normal because she drops her kids off at school and then has to drive in. I wasn't worried about getting there any earlier than 8:55. As I was walking toward the door, Erin was walking out. She told me the class was full. GAH! I was so irritated with myself. I forgot it was a holiday! Instead of just going home though, Erin and I got on a couple of stationary bikes and set it on a hill climbing program for 50 minutes. Yay us!
Tuesday morning I ran around the neighborhood with Boomer before work. I do love my early morning runs with him. I'm learning I don't care where or how far they are. I enjoy each and every one and will probably never take a single one for granted.
All in all, the bad really isn't *that* bad but the good, I find, is exceptional.
01/16 - 3.75 mile run
01/17 - 50 minute stationary bike, 2 mile walk, Body Pump class
01/18 - 2.25 mile run, "CAMP24" class