The North Wind doth Blow, And We Shall Have Snow and What Will the Runner Do Then….Er Run

So after last nights clear skies and the expectant frost I dived out of bed, donned my running gear, thermals and all, and flew out of the door for my early morning  run. Wish I’d looked out of the window first (not that I’d see anything with my contact lens free eyes). Where was the frost? None, just a light drizzle and a sneaky wind! Somewhat overdressed, I was sweating before I reached the end of the street. Still as it was only a short run and I was pushed for time, I decided not to de-layer and carried on. The rain got heavier and so did my fleece, great!  Then the snow came, flew into my face for the mile back home and then magically stopped as I reached my front door, amazing!!! And has it snowed at all for the rest of the day …………….has it chuff.

The plus side of running early, especially on a Friday, is that I get to sit and relax slightly earlier and enjoy some TV. So I’ve g0t my martini (anytime,any place, anywhere) and the hubby has just put a great programme on. Bullseye…………….Look at what you could of won!!!! I can feel another run coming on…………..

Janathon day 27 done, 2.2 miles in 18 minutes, 18 seconds, 132 miles now run.

Janathon Day 28

Bring it on!!!!!!!!!

3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Lesley Boniface
    Jan 27, 2012 @ 21:42:58

    well done on running in more adverse weather conditions – I don’t think I could sit through Bullseye too many childhood memories of being made to sit and watch it !


  2. happyday2day
    Jan 27, 2012 @ 21:57:26

    running first thing is so much better than late in the evening !!


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