Although I began drafting this post at 5:30 a.m., it’s still going to be quite short because I have been following the news pretty much all morning. Hopefully by the time you read this, Boston will be safe again.
So. A run!I intended to do six miles but decided to keep it short at four because a) I watched too much news to get out the door on time b) it’s Friday and c) my hip is still hurting. Bleh.
Apologies to whoever lives on 13th and Columbia. I had to steal your newspaper sleeve to protect my iPhone from the rain.And thank you to the person who lives on 13th and Florida for donating some sweet lawn furniture and a wooden plank.I love/run this town.
You guys, it’s getting close to race day. My training plan for next week includes lots of sleep, water, and sitting around. It’s not easy, you know! I’ve already written about tapering, but I’m sure I’ll have more thoughts on it next week when the non-running really sets in. One thing I plan to do is spend my newfound free time doing other things I love but have neglected of late. Like painting.
- What interests/hobbies do you have other than running?
- Do you enjoy tapering?
- What’s the highlight of your day so far?!
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