Friday, October 26, 2007

Tight squeeze

10:35 AM - 7 miles, 48:45 - Bike Path.
Managed to squeeze in a post-MRI, pre-work trot on the bike path. Felt pretty sluggish for the first 5 miles or so, but eventually snapped out of it.

Busy days, busy nights and no immediate end in sight. Other than posting the day's raw data, providing the occasional witty anecdote and searching high and low for an appropriately motivating or inappropriately funny Quote of the Day, don't expect much out of me for another week or so.

Come to think of it, that's no different from any other day here at the daily runaround, so forget what I just wrote. Don't expect much out of me, period.

Quote of the Day

"Any time you go through adversity, it’s character-defining. It’s an old cliché, but you don’t learn character on the mountaintops. You learn it in the valleys. Going through tough times, that’s what makes great runners."
Todd Harbour, Baylor cross country coach

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