Spring has sprung, the grass has ris.
I wonder where the flowers is?
Winter released its icy grip on central Indiana this week and it was a joy to run in the mid-60s. I got laughing around mile 7 as I remembered the little ditty above. My younger sister Anne and I used to say this over and over, to our great hilarity and causing Mom to question whether her love of education had any impact whatsoever.
Some signs of springtime in Indiana:
- Worms. Between melting snow and the three inches of rain we’ve had in the last 24 hours, our clay-based soil is very waterlogged. So, the worms crawl out to get some air on the hard surface of our
My own run went well. Not a single twinge from my ITB. It is really a gift to be able to run…I am more aware of that than ever.
I’m doing work on my 2007 goals and plans now…will share more later.
A big shout out to two friends of this blog who are running the ING Atlanta Marathon tomorrow. David, of Adventures in the Thin Trade is doing the full 26.2. Wes, of A Code Geek's Tail, is doing the half marathon. Run well, men!!
Persevere. Even on a spring day, when it is a little easier to do.