Sunday, January 18, 2009

I Did It, But I Don't Know How

Today's run that is which turned out being as follows:

Time: 1:20:47
Distance: 12.29
Pace: 6:34 min/km

I spent about 45 minutes this morning debating with myself whether to run or not! I almost convinced myself that I needed to rest after yesterday's big day and came up with many ways I would benefit from the rest. But, the sun was shining, the temperature was warm and I just love running with my 305. My body felt tired and I was moving at a slow pace having coffee and breakfast and eventually getting into my gear.

Once at the curling club parking lot, I decided I would just do the 14th St Loop which is 5km. I felt not too too bad and once I reached where I would turn to make the Loop, instead I carried on and then decided to do the Crowchild Loop which would make my run an 8km distance. The sun was shining, everyone that runs was running, I was in a groove, a good groove, and once I reached where I would turn to make the Loop, instead I carried on and decided to run to 6km and then turn around, which I did and came back the same way I went.

I did it, but I don't know how!

Then I drove home and went to bed!

8 comments:

  1. Great job on your run after your huge trek yesterday! It was so amazing out that I couldn't resist either. Glad to hear you are loving your new 305!

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  2. Who needs to rest ?! ;-) Good job Andra!

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  3. As they say. The hardest part is getting over the doorstep! Even after a big day. Well done!

    Oh and thanks for tagging me! I followed your lead and did 1 answer for each.

    Rx

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  4. Oh, that is so great to hear about your fantastic run - don't you just love it when everything seems to fall into place?

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  5. You just have to get out the door..the rest is sometimes a surprise!

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  6. wohoo! I love it when it all just comes together and you feel good!

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  7. Way to get yourself out there, and then improvise and go with the flow. Great run.

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  8. I just love reading about your adventures! You live in one of the most beautiful areas in Canada!

    Good for you to get out and embrace life!!!

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