Thanks for weighing in on the gym etiquette scenario on last night's post. Guess when it comes down to it, we're all in agreement that if you leave that section of the gym, your machine is fair game!
Roscoe had his follow up vet appointment this morning from last week's surgery. The path results on his foot biopsy came back as a whole lot of nothing- basically a skin reaction of unknown cause. After convincing the vet to take a closer look at the rest of Roscoe's feet, he came to the conclusion that R has very yeasty toes (yuuuuuum!). This probably caused a crazy reaction with his skin that caused the foot problem.
Long story short: he's gonna be ok, I just need to take extra care cleaning his feet with special anti-fungal wipes and fancy shampoo. Such a huge relief!!
We had some celebratory spaghetti noodles tonight. As you can see, Roscoe is quite thrilled to be e-collar-less.
Look mom, no e-collar!
If watching your dog jump 5 feet in the air for a spaghetti noodle for some entertainment is wrong, I don't want to be right.
Noodle- you are MINE!
Since the vet appointment ran right into lunch, I had to post pone my run until the afternoon. It was sunny and in the 60's... and downright beautiful! I had some tummy issues (I'm much better at running post-breakfast and pre-lunch) but still cranked out 6 happy-hilly miles.
I'm particularly proud of mile 6 =)
Since I'm thinking of saying farewell to my Nike+, I checked out the Garmin Connect website to track my runs. It's incredible! Not only does it break down your run by like, 12 different categories, but it will also give you a replay of your pace and elevation change along with a moving dot on a map showing you where you ran. Pretty nifty.
If you have a dog (or cat), what is your most entertaining activity with them?
What do you use to track your runs?