After a week of taking it easy, or as easy as is reasonably possible, my back feels a bit better. I'm still not sure what caused the issue, but I'm glad it's not currently an issue anymore.
What I've been reading... I finished The Crimson Campaign last night, and am on page 15 of 620 in The Autumn Republic, the final book in the Powder Mage trilogy.
What I've been stitching... One good thing about taking it easy is that I was able to spend a couple more hours stitching than I would otherwise have, and am now about 55% on Ink Circles "Tapestry". I'm probably looking at a mid-October finish. I also have my next crochet project in mid, but I won't start that until the weather cools off a bit more, possibly late October or early November.
Fumbling toward fitness Not much to report. I took the week off of Curves, although I did go back for a bit today. I did treadmill every day, although at a reduced effort - only 106 minutes for 5.3 miles. I'll spend this week easing back up to my previous routine.
One Little Victory Despite the reduced exercise last week, I made it to Minas Tirith along Merry's path in the Walk to Rivendell plan.
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