nothing like a
blizzard snow storm to slow this runner (who hates the treadmill) down. it’s a good thing, though. i’m keeping it easy, remember? and easy it has been!
on saturday, todd and i went out for a 5k run around the hood. i dialed it down this time, and lo! my hip was like, thanks, dude! i don’t feel a thing! we did negative splits. the last mile’s time ended up being what i would have normally run for the first mile. not bad. good job, us!
because of the snow storm, i’ve been working from home the past two days, watching the snow fall from the comfort of my dining room table. oh boy, having that extra hour of sleep in the morning is awesome. no commuting! no having to pay attention to my appearance! the only drawback? looking down this afternoon at myself and realizing that i’ve been wearing sweatpants since saturday. the same pair. by night i looked pretty much the same, except i wasn’t at my dining room table, but on my couch across the room eating panic-pringles and sipping on fear-booze while watching movies. j/k about the panic-food and fear-booze (kind of), but man did NYC go nuts on monday!
tomorrow’s a new day (and an opportunity to wear real pants and some kind of intentional hairstyle). my dull of commute in the morning will be brightened by some of the songs i just added to my running playlist.
i’m stoked about this one, for sure:
i hadn’t heard this song in almost 20 years until a few nights ago. i have to warn you though…only listen to this one track because the rest of the songs on this album reeks of 90s jam band. that being said, this song really is lovely and reminds me of my junior year in high school (1993). this was a time when jeans only had one cut/style. this was a time when i tried (and failed) to hide my botched at-home nose piercing from my mom. this was a time when it seemed that my full-time job was to hide in my room, wear pajamas, stare out the window, and dream of leaving my small town for the city.
funny how things turn out.