Outside run! at the park.
My body kind of wanted a good workout last night, but I was tired. I thought about doing an Xmas light run, where I'd go to the fancy neighborhood across the street and look at big houses that are hopefully decked out. And then I'd finish off with some short, steep hill repeats on the median of the road. But I was tired, and when I googled a potential course, it looked like there was no loop I could really do, and there was no clear route. I didn't want to get lost at night. I don't like running on asphalt, either. Maybe I'll go on a walk some night this week instead. That whole asphalt thing is why I don't do any night or super-early morning running. Grassy, easy-on-the-legs paths have roots and holes that require sunlight to run on safely, and asphalt, I don't do.
But I did get in a run today. I usually try to avoid running in full sunlight, so that I don't get skin cancer. I waited until near sunset and went to the park.
7.4 in 1:00:38, 8:09 ave. 586 cal.
Splits> 6:25, 6:14, 6:12, 6:06, 6:06, 6:00, 6:03, 5:58, 5:50, 5:41.
It's fun to discover new features on existing tech that you've had for a while. I found the mile alert switch on my Garmin, so now I know when I hit miles. I also got to use the back-light feature on my last run.
Dinner was Brown Rice with home-made Peanut/Garlic/SoySauce/ChiliPepper sauce, early grey tea, 2 boca burger patties, skim milk with cocoa and instant decaf coffee, mixed greens salad w/ soy-ginger dressing, and a chunk of dark chocolate.
Now, I'm making a tofu chocolate cake, which I'll top with peppermint oreo insides as a sub for frosting. Oreos are wayyy too sweet and oily to me with insides, so I always just eat the outsides with maybe a tiny amount of insides, usually with milk. So now, I can make use of the insides, since I didn't add any sugar to the cake othe than 2 bananas... yeah, it's an interesting cake. You can add a moderate amount of sugar to a cake but not even notice, so I just save it and not bother adding. The flavor you notice usually comes from the topping or a small burst of chocolate chip, anyway.