Not only did I not get up at O’Dark Thirty to jog, I missed the alarm as well and only had time to shower, grab coffee and go.
Then today it snowed. My running partner (I know I am using the word running very loosely) as seen in the photo above was ready but I was not ready to risk it. I mean what would happen if I had a debilitating injury due to careless running at this point? The photo is also to prove the snow for those Aussies that think I may be fibbing to get out of said workouts.
One of the benefits of this adventure is the connecting with folks to let them know what I am up to.
Today I connected with an old friend that when I sent her the link to my blog responded, “When exactly was the accident? The one during which you suffered a traumatic brain injury?”
See, it is the the ones you don’t hear from and when you do are still able to give you a ration of crap like that when you realize time has gone by but they still know you well.
Wilma, I will try to get more into the workout tomorrow. I did do some random squats, planks and pushups throughout the day and a few weights tonight. I didn’t even walk at lunch due to the snow coming down pretty hard at that time. Tomorrow evening I am going to a regional play at the theater so I’ll try hard to get up in time to get some morning workout done.
2 thoughts on “Saved by the Snow”
Thanks for the shout out (sort of), for calling initially (to revive the halting communications), for writing the story (love love love it!), for living so fully (or is that foolly?). You always inspire me. –N.
So did all of your questions get answered?