Tonight’s run was brief and a little melancholic. The day that evening runners like me dread is near. Sunday- the end of daylight savings time. Waah! I am not one to run in the dark, I don’t like it. I like seeing where I am going and you never know what may be lurking in the shadows. 😃 My rule of thumb is that if it is too dark to see with my sunglasses on, then it’s dark for me to run outside. So with that in mind, I headed to the lake path tonight for a little “see you later” run. My last run outside after work this year. It was slow and short and reminiscent of a favorite children’s book.
Goodnight lake cat- (please be here in a few months)
Goodnight lake, see you next year.
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