Wednesday, November 16, 2011
500 in 300: Run Away, Run Away
Wow... now how's that for ugly? Today marks 1/3 of the way through the challenge and I'm at 1/3 of my goal. All of my hard work is gone. I've been sick, I've been busy, it gets really dark lately and the weather hasn't cooperated. Tonight would have actually been a good night to run. It's rainy, but at least it's in the 50s instead of the 30s. Unfortunately, I was engaged and unable to run. We're looking at a lot more rain in the near future, we'll see if that causes the temperatures to warm up. I've been healthy for a few days, but my children have been sick for nearly a week, so I don't want to do anything to lower my own immunity lest I catch something from them, or worse yet, catch something myself and bring it home.
I have no doubt that I'll get this done, though - there will be a lot of beautiful weather between now and June 4. Just not sure how many of them will be in the next few months.
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