A downside to doing an evening run when all your runs are in the morning is that when you go back to your normal time the next day, it is almost like doing a two a day. I knew it was a pretty quick turn around for a run time when my beanie hadn't fully dried yet. I finished my run yesterday at about 6pm, and was out this morning around 5:45am. I wasn't too worried as it was a recovery/easy run day.
The sunrise actually beat me this morning, as it took me a long time to get ready for some reason. I did nab a couple shots of the sunrise, but my phone didn't grab the depth of the colors that makes is peaceful.
|Time to make the donuts!|
The weather app said it was 51 degrees, but the air felt a bit more brisk than that. The lakefront path was mostly populated by the Elijah Running Club and a few morning runners.
I went out with the task of thinking of fun things to do today, as asked by my wife. For some reason, I have a hard time focusing on specifics when I run. I started to try to think of some places/things to do, when suddenly its two miles later and I had last myself in my run, but if I just want to ramble or have random conversations with myself, I can do that easily.
I got back from my jog, only to be locked out of my building. The radio key that residents swipe at the door wasn't working at the front or the back, uh oh! My wife has her phone on silent, so my rings for help went unheard, and buzzing our unit risks waking up our daughter. So I sat and waited. I had about 10 minutes left now before my daughter usually wakes up, and I'm starting to get worried, when another resident shows up, has the same issue. Thankfully, his girlfriend is awake and comes down to let us in. SAVED!
Now the real challenge, get a few options on the table for today!
What fun things are you doing today?