I like to blog on my good runs. My fast races. Those moments where running is almost an out of body experience of exhilarating performance. Today, I’m just thankful for not ever speaking ill of slower, less fit runners because right now, those are my people. Running fat and slow is certainly less satisfying but I’ll take it. So happy to get in my one run each week. Sad that I can’t seem to run both Saturday and Sunday, but I’ve learned to take and enjoy what the trail gives me.
I never ventured beyond the Brushy Creek Regional Trail as part of my trip to Round Rock, but I got in a couple of six milers. My positive spin is that these massively slow runs in the Texas spring have contributed to my acclimation to heat and humidity. Part of my prepping for the summer conditioning plan. All part of the master plan.
I didn’t do much of anything down here outside of working my 12 hour days and spending what time I could with my mom. I’d get up at 5am to spend some quality time sitting together in the morning, both reading the paper and watching CNBC. Our conversations would center on her top concerns, and occasional family history. I have to say, old people are extremely regular in their tendency to reference BMs and constipation in a sentence. By the time my work day was over, it was nearly her bed time. I did get some things done around the house and went to church with her on Sundays. Roasting a chicken at this very moment.
Wish I could have met up with friends. Sorry I couldn’t hook up with George at the 512 Brew Pub. I did however sample multiple locally crafted IPAs. 512 was my hands-down favorite. My brother-in-law, who plays tonight at the Carousel, told me last night to try their Pecan Porter. I head home Wednesday night. Glad to have had the opportunity to visit.