11.24.2008

The streak is over

I couldn't bear it any longer.

I dressed to run this morning then changed into work clothes to make in time for a bowls selection committee meeting (Capital One and Champs).

At 5 p.m. I headed home and ignored all distractions and made it out on the roads before it turned dark and dropped six quick ones around the lake. I could sense I have been absent lately.

Now I'm ready for the Turkey Trot.

8 comments:

Darrell said...

I think I sense the same thing even when I follow the plan to the T.

P.S. I will do the best I can to hold Lisa and her to do list at bay.

Jank said...

I sat on the exercise bike this evening, and could tell that I've been gone since the race.

It's good to be back.

robtherunner said...

That must have been a long 7 days. I'm usually quite agitated after a 5 day work week without any running.

Joe said...

bowls selection committee??? Sounds like one of the more fun civic duties around.

Glad you dropped the six...you're back in the groove....

BettyBetty said...

Good luck with the Turkey Trot! Gobble Gobble Gobble!

Anonymous said...

Father Jack has done his best to fill your blog void with honorable mentions on the Sunday group.Meanwhile I held back some good Bridgeport stories until your return. We await your return.Meanwhile,I will be coaching the darling Bernadette in the Kids Trot on Thursday. See you there.

Ed

Runner Susan said...

Happy Thanksgiving, David. Trot well today.

peter said...

Sometimes you just gotta get out there in the dark and get 'er done to get back.