It was more like a 5k waddle for me, but I made it through without injury. The local college sponsors a 5k walk/run twice a year, and I try to participate when I can. I missed the one in the fall because I was still in doctor-prescribed "take it easy" mode. They did have a number of "special prizes," but "most pregnant" wasn't one of them. I admit that today my legs are sore and my feet are tender, but it is good to know that I can still walk 3 miles in about an hour. I didn't give birth in the middle of the race, either, so it was all-in-all a success.
In other news, we're just about ready for our big move-in at the end of the month. Well, construction-wise. We've got a sink, a toilet, a tub (though I need to give it a good scrub before I will bathe in it), temporary curtains, and a bed. We even hung the bedroom door and the bathroom chandelier.
This picture is misleading. The sink on the right leaked, so we had to take it apart again. It's still not back in place. I still need to hang the mirrors, too.
I still have a long way to go as far as packing up our apartment, though. Our landlord gave us a little extra time to move out, though, so I'm not too worried. He'll be out of the country and won't be able to do the typical between-tenant cleaning for a few weeks into May, so he gave us permission to stay if we need to. I think the plan is to try to get everything out of the apartment by next weekend with the exception of kitchen stuff. We still don't have a fridge or stove at the house, so having a place to prepare a meal will be nice.