The important part is that I pounded out 10 miles in under 2 hours, and I still felt fantastic and full of energy when I made it back to my car. I'm a slow and steady kind of gal, even if I know my body could move faster. Around mile 9.5 I was debating whether to tack on another 2-3 miles, but the sun was setting and the snow was coming down at a steady pace so I stuck to the 10 mile plan and headed for the car.
|It was chilly- and I was ready!|
Around mile 7 or 8, I ran past some writing on the sidewalk. I looped around the block so I could run by again and take a picture. Wouldn't it be cool if there were inspirational quotes and motivators sprinkled here and there on sidewalks every mile or so...
1. Snowflakes hitting your eyeballs feel like itty-bitty little knives.
2. I've officially mastered snot-rockets. Don't gross out- you know it's a fact of life.
3. Dunkin Donuts coffee, Prantls almond torte cake, RazzyFresh frozen yogurt and whatever smelled really, really good on Forbes Ave... all still looks and sounds appetizing no matter how many miles you have behind and ahead of you!