Wow! Everyone's been chatty today.
I almost feel bad about posting running stuff, but here goes anyway. . .Ran w8d2 today (28 min) and got about 2.08 miles. Strangely, when my good friend Robert Ullrey told me I had a minute left, I picked up the pace and felt wonderful
. It was the eastiest
breathing, best feeling minute of the whole run.
I spent about an hour crying this morning, too. Long story short, I've been having computer problems, customer service couldn't possibly have given me more wrong answers to my questions if they tried, and now I'm sans a "home" computer. That may sound stupid, but remember that I'm away from home, so it's my only way to have any kind of audio/visual entertainment until I get home in two weeks
. Add to lack of AC and a project that won't die
, and I think I hit my limit. However. . .I was biking to class today and I realized that if the only thing making me cry in my life is a minor inconvenience, my life is pretty darn good. No more crying for me (today).Voo
-- I didn't know you lived in OH. Somehow, I thought you lived in CA. Maybe I'm mixing you and Moon
up, which given what you each look like, makes me chuckle a little. I like the idea of dreds nearby.Sage
--I got an e-mail about Sierra Trading Post's 50% sale, and I deleted it b/c I can't afford any more skirts! I was at Target this morning, and I found two more styles there, so I bought them. They were only $14.99 each, so I don't feel too bad about it. I do need to buy a black and gold sportskirt so Pacer
continues to be my friend. (I'm actually planning on running my 5k in my yet-to-be-purchased black/gold skirt!)
I've got nuthin on shoes
. Because of previous foot injuries, shoes that don't lace up tend to lead to very swollen feetsies, so I tend to wear sneaks every day -- very sexy. I love the winter (and Winter
) for so many reasons, but one of them is that I can wear pants/trousers and clunky, fat-heeled lace-up shoes. I guess I did have something on shoes
--Even though I don't usually consider myself an overly nice person, other people seem to think that I am, so I'm constantly stopped for directions, even in Brussels! I'm bossy, so I like to tell people what to do (and where to go
) so I tend to give them. Maybe I'm nicer than I give myself credit for being.
Post too long. Maybe if I split them up, I'd have a chance to compete with our Ultra-marathoners on the site. Nah!