I went cycling again on Sunday, this time with a co-worker. I’m on the hunt for a cycling buddy, preferably another woman, but really, a guy would be fine, too. We had a nice ride at what I think was a good pace for both of us. However, when I got back, I found my front window smashed and my purse stolen from my car. I’d put it under the front seat, but clearly I hadn’t concealed it carefully enough. Also, clearly, I should have left it at home. Oh well. Lesson learned the hard way I guess. The thief spent $1000 on my credit card before I could cancel it, but fortunately, Chase Visa offers excellent fraud protection. Thank goodness for that!
Monday was a quiet day at the office, and then today, I woke up with a cold. So did L and H. B was already sick. We are all kind of miserable today. I was up with L last night, and H is out with the kids now. I’m not really looking forward to this evening all that much at this point. We’ve been lucky. We’ve had a super long stretch of everyone being mostly healthy, so I guess it was bound to end.
I signed up for the cycling subscription on NBC Sports Gold (online), and I’ve been thoroughly enjoying watching the Tour de France. Obviously, it’s much to long to watch all of it, but they have a nice interface that makes it possible to skip through to the more interesting bits. There are very few Americans in the race, but there are a couple young ones that are interesting.
I’d been planning to run a 5K this Sunday, but I guess we’ll see. At this point, I don’t feel like doing much of anything.