Another Thursday and we are closer to the 3-day weekend, yay! Today's a link-up is with Running With Spoons.
1) Over the weekend, I knew I wasn't going to watch the game on Monday, and was trying to decide what movie to watch instead. Then the news Monday morning about David Bowie made up my mind. I decided on Labyrinth.
2) I had my second acoustic wave therapy on my knee Monday afternoon. Two weeks ago, my chiro used half the power, then Monday he used full power.
I felt more tenderness in that spot after I got home, but he worked it pretty good. It's in a complex spot, between my knee cap and a bony knob, so it's difficult to target the scar tissue outside of this wave therapy. He said my IT band is still feeling good, so my hard work in that area is definitely working.
3) Last week was rough on my TV shows. CBS announced Michael Weatherly is leaving NCIS at the end of this season, and Rizzoli and Isles announced it's ending its run after next season. Nooo! I really don't know what I'm going to do without my shows. I feel like Michael Weatherly's leaving is another sign NCIS might be wrapping up. He's part of the original cast, and I still feel the void since Ziva left. I don't know if I will continue watching after this season.
4) Since I got a wine fridge for Christmas, I'm starting to collect bottles to store in the fridge. It was pretty empty through the Christmas period, and now's the time to start getting some bottles. I'm getting ones I can drink now, then I'm splurging on others to save for something special. I don't know what, but I finally have a place I can store bottles.
5) Another goal I've come up with is to do some pre-run yoga when I run in the mornings. When I run after work, I've been sitting, standing, and walking all day, so my muscles are loose. I don't think they're loose in the mornings, so I need a warm up before I start running. I want to see if yoga will help and I can look on the internet for that too, just like post-run yoga. Nothing big, but enough of a routine that I can loosen up. Since so many races are early morning, I need to be ready at the start line, and hopefully that means it won't take me so long to find a rhythm.