Thursday, January 11, 2007

Where I am

My week is going well. I did my recovery run today. Other than being cold as hell!!! it went well. I have a 12 miler tomorrow so I really need to be out the door no later that 5:05AM!!!going into the weekend I guess I'll have to do my long run all alone. No race on the calender this weekend.

Monday: Rest
Tuesday: 9.12 mi w/4 @15K/half pace @9:20pace
Wednesday: 11.1 mi@10:17paceAM PM 4.12 miles @10:14 pace
Thursday: 5.35mi rec @10:30

I'm sad, very sad,Malik, our Siberian Husky died after giving us almost seventeen beautiful years. He pass away yesterday. He was our truest, and bestest buddy and although I've been told that dogs have no soul, Malik we know you are in doggy Heaven, we love you buddy.


Feminist Runner said...

Dawn, I am so sorry to hear about your dog. It's hard to lose a furry family member.
Enjoy your run tomorrow! Early start that it is.

robtherunner said...

So sorry to hear about Malik. My Siberian Husky is about 13 years old and hobbles more and more each year. My other dog is 12 years old. I am dreading the days already.

Phil said...

Very sorry to read about your dog. We've also had multiple dogs living with us and it is never easy when one of them dies.

You're doing real well with the program. Happy to see that you are backing off a little on the recovery days and hit the tempo run hard. Each week will get a little harder, but you'll be suprised at how fast you'll progress.

Jank said...

Condolences on your loss. We recently had to put our dog down after 12 years - the house seems somewhat less a home without the click-click-click of beagle claws on the hardwood welcoming me home.

Dusty said...

I don't know about the soul thing, I kind of think they do. I will never forget when I lost my dog, Sugar when he was 16. It hits home a lot harder than you expect. They really are part of the family.

I'm so sorry for your loss. Hope your boys are getting through it okay as well.