I’d really like to return to blogging. I really would. I’ve gotten as far as including on my weekly action list: “Schedule time slot for blogging.” But, alas, I’ve not gotten to that one yet. It will come.
So, here just a quick note on one dull area of my life. My running.
After the 5K run in April, I developed some knee soreness. I laid off the knee for a couple of months and have slowly returned to a regular routine. This was the first full week back at it.
(I’m feeling good enough that I’m fantasizing a 10K run. Someone please talk me out of it.)
The accompanying picture (blurry because snapped while running) is what I have chosen to call a F.A.R.M. That is, a Florida Afternoon Run Motivator.
It very nearly became a Florida Afternoon Run Terminator (the acronym is yours to imagine). I finished just before the lightning and rain.
6 thoughts on “F.A.R.M.”
I think you SHOULD go for the 10K! (Sorry, I’m not one to talk you out of it, even though I’m not a runner and won’t be any time soon!). I’m riding one day of the famous RAGBRAI (week long bike ride across Iowa) – 75 miles from Grinnell to Coralville, IA on July 29. Sunday, I experienced an I-A.R.M. Amazing what clouds, thunder and lightening do for your time when a safe, dry place is just over 10 miles away! Congrats on being back to running.
If you are half as encouraging to the students you work with as you are to me, they are specially blessed.
So glad it didn’t become a F.A.R.T.
And here I was trying to keep this a family friendly blog…
Well, I obviously need a “G.T.B.M.” (get-to-bed-motivator), but I’m on vacation and very little motivates us when we are in such a state. However, contemplating a 10K run means something is going in the right direction for someone. And just to consider that – is moving me toward the stairs. I’m always glad to read your blog, even if its the last thing I do (like tonight). Happy trials, I mean- trails!
Happy trials – sounds like a sermon title! As to GTBM, I can’t help you there. And 10k? New gal at church just ran a 50K run in Kansas. Ugh.
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