Right after Labor Day, Hubs and I went to see Sheryl Crow in concert at Humphreys. Most of the songs were from her new CD "100 Miles From Memphis, " but several of her well known hits were scattered through out the show. The encore included her hit "All I Wanna Do" and a Michael Jackson tribute "I Want You Back." She puts on a great show and we were in awe of her extremely talented band and back-up singers. Hubs is more of the Sheryl Crow fan than I am, but I had a lot of fun, too.
4th row, center.
Hubs snapped this photo.
Sheryl Crow is super fit, by the way. She has some serious muscles, and looked fabulous. You can't fake a healthy lifestyle, that's for sure.
I hooked up with Rehab United to train for the Las Vegas Rock 'n' Roll Half Marathon in December. I missed the first group strength training class because I had prior plans, but I made it to the first group run. There were only 7 of us for a 30 minute run, but several people were participating in other running and sporting events. We should see more people this weekend. I ran about 3.2 miles, but it felt like a lot more.
shin splints in my left inner shin. Newbies get shin splints from wrong shoes, running too fast, far, too soon. I'm far from newbie status, but the shin splints started (a few weeks ago) when I was wearing heels, and would sort of go away after I warmed up while running. Now the shin is just constantly reminding me that it's there, warmed up or not. I'm doing all the stretches that I'm supposed to do, massaging it with the stick, plus ice. I even backed off running a bit last week. I'm not sure if the shin splint is a result of the fatigue I've been dealing with, but I have plans to call the doctor this week. Good times.
In other news, I just found out that I'm going to be a great aunt! My niece is expecting her first baby in early December. I'm not sure why things were kept secret for so long, but we're all excited. My grandson is excited to finally have another kid in the family.
Be True To Your School - The Beach Boys - Run-DMZ