Last week since the 10K run, I was totally focussed on an end-of-project presentation that I had to give for the client on Friday morning. I think it went well, and the team went out for a lunch of many beers and ribs afterwards. I then slept all Friday afternoon, and pretty much vegged all weekend just checking out "Woofstock" at the Distillery District, looked at some other shops for furniture (I still need a new dining table for my condo!), and watched baseball. I have no idea what is in store for me this upcoming week and next, whether I'll be tasked to a new project, or whether I'll even have a full-time job, be staying on my contract (of which my hourly rate is lower than it should be!), if I'll be let go. Who knows.
I got that travel itch again... alas, don't think I'll have the opportunity to go anywhere again for the time being regardless of what happens with the above.
I think I'm going to start jogging again regularly this week. No, I'm not going to enter the half-marathon, but I have been feeling lazy for the past week since I stopped after the 10K.
I can't pick up the paper anymore without feeling pessimistic about the Conservatives' current chances in an election, so I don't feel like blogging about it right now.