I could tell you about the 2 weeks of non-running- smoke in the air, bad AQI, sinus infections and migraines but instead I’ve had some rambling running thoughts I wanted to share. I’ve been running less so my toes look so much better this… Continue Reading “39/40 mORE OF THE sAME”
I’ve been playing hide and seek with a giant spider in my bedroom since Saturday. Send help. Pretty sure I just saw a giant spider race across my wall. And I was worried about fireworks keeping me awake. — SlackerRunner (@SlackerRunner) July 5, 2020… Continue Reading “Rambling on ??”
Happy Friday!! And a 3 day weekend. Mentally I need it. I really do. Especially as next week brings change. If you are reading this on Friday, today marks my last day in my current office. When I transferred there last April, I had… Continue Reading “Rambling On 68”
Well, last week was interesting. Or more of the same depending on how you look at it. Monday arrived and I was still feeling sick. So no exercise for me. However I was oddly productive as I did my taxes, vacuumed, grocery shopped and… Continue Reading “Week 4- Drag”
Well, this will be short. Last week did not go according to any sort of plan. And it was not because last week was Quitting day- which ever of the many days that was or however it was referred to. I think I saw… Continue Reading “3-Sick”
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