Saturday, April 08, 2006

Oh Happy Day

Firstly, I was so moved by LouBob's recent post. She is the rockinest cowgirl around.

I really enjoyed my 60 minute run this morning. It's been awhile since I've run outside in the morning and with the threat of rain at bay I peeked outside around 6am and was glad to see dryness. Out the door by 6:30 am I headed over to the Berkeley Marina. Running along the mile pier that stretches out/back a little over a mile I tried to visulize what a quarter mile in open water would look like. I've been so stressed about the swimming and not running much the two have proven to be toxic combination. The fresh ocean air really cleared my head and I feel better than I have all week.

The group has a ride scheduled this morning at 9, I feel up for it. I left a message for the swim coach but she hasn't got back to me. I'll have to call again and leave more details I guess, as I was hoping to speak to her about my learning style and preference for more demonstration.

So yeah, the run this morning was exactly what I needed to get out of my funk. No watch, just checked in a couple time w/people on the streets to keep track of time so T could get to his appointment (Bloodwork and treadmill test) The ironic thing is I want to learn to swim so I CAN run longer, reap the ben's of x-training ya know. My new friends from have been helpful too, so now I don't have to yak so much about tri stuff here.


LouBob said...

Life's too short to be in a funk and there's nothing wrong with tri-blogging either, it's part of who yu are.

LouBob said...

Thankyou for the mention too B.T.W.

jeff said...

it's amazing how a day can completely change within a couple hours when running is involved. glad the day is turning out groovy for you.

Dawn - Pink Chick said...

loubob is quite the lady...and a lot of un in person too.

Glad you had a good run.

Dawn - Pink Chick said...

oops that should be "fun" not un. I missed an f somehow.