Monday, October 18, 2010

A Case of the Mondays.

1. A numb face (due to dental work earlier this morning)
2. An ample bosom (finally weaning #3. No comments please.)
3. A gelatinous backside (as a result of...your guess is as good is mine. Theoretically I have been running my tail off, so I have no idea why it seems as though my backside currently needs its own zip code.)
4. Chafing
5. A cold sore (unrelated to running but unattractive, nonetheless)
6. Running the last mile up McDaniel (no matter how many times I run it, this mile is still beastly)
A less than stellar 60 minute run.

You can't win them all.


Ben A. said...

This is called tapering and, while annoying, it's nothing to worry about. Everyone goes through it and everyone knows when they're going through it because suddenly easy runs become hard, pace slows, hills seem insurmountalbe, and then, suddenly, the face goes numb, fever blisters break out everywhere, and rear ends and bosoms swell. Actually -- that last stuff is virtually unheard of -- but the rest is universally true.

katie G. said...

You know, in some cultures the ample bosom is coveted. Get out your good boob shirts while you can!