It was a good day of rest for Jon and I. I was sore again this morning, though I knew I would be with climbing that hill yesterday. I’m not complaining…it was a good soreness…but I had to stop my brain from being slightly obsessive about going out again for a long walk. It helped that my shoes were being washed, so I couldn’t walk anywhere for a good portion of the day.
We went over to a friend’s house while she and her family were in KC. She was awesome enough to let us watch her movies and use her laundry facilities while we kept her dog company. My tennis shoes are now nice and clean, though they seemed to have shrunk a bit in the wash. They felt fine on my feet afterwards, though, so I’m sure they’ll be fine for the week.
Later, we went and found a quick geocache to get our “souvenir” for the 31 days of Geocaching this month. It was close to my friend’s house and turned out to be a really easy find. I spotted it first, so I’m the winner today (whoo!) and we took the trackable, hoping to find somewhere to leave it in Indy or one of the states in between (if we should happen to stop somewhere where a cache is nearby).
I grabbed some headbands from Walgreens and we got smoothies from the People’s Grocery for dinner before heading home. We packed our clothes and most of our toiletries, which means we just have a few last minute things to pack tomorrow night and to grab Tuesday morning. I sent out a confirmation email to the friends who are riding with us to Indy, and it was around that time that I started the “What if?” game: what if we get a flat tire? What if the car breaks down? What if something happens to our money? This is a dangerous game, and I hate it when my mind goes there and starts making me anxious. I’m doing okay so far to keep it at bay though, and my plan, if something should go wrong, is to not panic, do what needs to be done, and just roll with it. Don’t worry, but be prepared…that kind of thing.
That about sums up the day. The only other news was that I received my confirmation for the Being an Outdoors Woman (BOW) weekend. I didn’t get all of my first choices, but that doesn’t bother me, especially because my registration was so late. I’m signed up for fishing, GPS 101, Geocaching (I know, right?), and nature journaling. There’s also a mini Race for the Cure that I’m thinking about participating in, even though I’m a really slow walker. It’s like a mile and a half, though, and I think I could handle that without it taking all night. Right?
This is one of the rare instances I want Monday to get here, but that’s because I want to get it done and over with so we can start vacation. So I’m off to shower and sleep so I can tackle the last minute stuff tomorrow.