The weather outside is just about perfect for running. I only got one run in last week but my legs felt remarkably good after going six miles Wednesday morning. Today it took too long for the Garmin to find satellites (is that because I have all my runs since December stored in the Garmin?) and the crowd took off and got about a half mile ahead of me before I could move.
I caught up to the slowest trio of runners three times. Once when they took a water break, again after I stopped to walk and talk with an old friend out walking her dog; and finally after they took a shortcut and I caught them again.
I went 12.5 miles this morning just to see if I could. I could. Felt good. I think I will start banking some long runs before I start training for Chicago. The fasties I see on Sundays are already doing 20 milers for a race in July. That's some serious base.
Show me the money!! Okay. You know how when you run, invariably you are going to see some loose change lying on the road. I mean, it happens, right? It does to me all the time. My question to you --- Do you stop to pick up loose change?
A. 0-50% of the time
B. 50-90% of the time
C 90-99% of the time
D. Every time!