Whew! This morning I finished Week 8. The focal point of Week 8 is running for 28 minutes with no breaks for walking. As in... none, nyet, nada, zip, zero, zed. I think you get the picture. I'm still not in love with running. Each session this week I've thought, "I can't do this" or "I've got to stop" but then something kept me going to the end.
Here's the deal. I'm running (okay JOGGING) on a treadmill. I seriously doubt this would transfer to a road or an outdoor venue of any kind. I'm not experiencing hills or even slight inclines. I'm just jogging along at a rather steady and rather casual pace. Except I am sweating. Yes. But I still don't see myself doing a 5K. Run in front of people? Nah. I'm totally bonded to my treadmill, thank-you-very-much.
Meanwhile I'll let you know what book I'm listening to now. Not bad -- a remake of Jane Austen's Sense and Sensibility, which by the way, I just finished (free!) on my iPad. Yes, I have an iPad, but I named mine zPad. I really do love it already. I've been reading with it pretty much the whole break. Anyway, back to the book. Sometimes a bit whiney but on the whole OK. I don't know how it's going to turn out because the author veers away just enough from Austen to throw a reader off the scent. But, you could do worse. Three stars out of five (I'm a tough critic) for The Three Weissmanns of Westport.