Early Morning Run
I woke up early this morning to run downtown. I was happy to discover that all of my hamstring pain had disappeared. I don’t know if it was the massage I got two days ago or if it got better on its own. In any case I was happy because I could push it a little more when I ran downtown.
It was supposed to rain today. It’s been nice and sunny the last few days so I was okay with it being overcast. It’s supposed to be nice on the weekend for the trail race on Saturday and then for the race I’m volunteering for on Sunday.
I got to my volunteer shift just in time. There were quite a few people and I recognized one of them from our shift last week. I was glad to get this position, it was easy and not too busy. Now that I’ve fulfilled my two shifts, I get a free ticket for the wine tasting tomorrow.
It started to rain lightly when I left the convention center. I was a little chilled because the room I was in all morning was quite cold. I figured that it would give me more incentive to run home faster.
I did a slow pace home. I was slower not so much because of how I was feeling physically, but more because it was lunch time and there were a lot of pedestrians during lunch hour. Once I got past the busy area, it was a little easier to run faster.
New Mystery Shop
My friend sent me an email for a new mystery shop. It promised an easy 15 minute shop. It also promised a bonus because it was last-minute. I checked the locations and there was one at UBC. That seemed promising.
I registered for the website. If it had been a site I had found myself, I probably would have quit after the first few questions that I asked, because it seemed pretty intrusive but since my friend has recommended it, I finished it. I did get assigned to the shop but I haven’t heard anything further about it.
I received an email answering my question. The turnaround for my email was only a few hours so that was pretty good. I emailed another company and they took days to answer. I guess I’ll go ahead and do this shop and see what happens.