Tuesday, July 1, 2008

To Run or Not to Run

That is the question.

Run: I'm in week three of Marathon Training.

Not Run: I'm really lazy and tired today.

Run: I'm not going to lose weight sitting on the couch.

Not Run: The house is a pigsty. I could clean instead.

Run: I will catch hell from the Virtual Run Club if I don't make my 4 runs this week.

Not Run: I'm pretty certain I have plantar faciitis. (That doesn't look right, but I'm too lazy to check spelling right now.) I should rest.

Run: I will probably feel less lazy after I run.

Not Run: It looks like something blew up in the laundry room. I should organize and fold laundry.

Run: About the only thing clean laundry-wise are my running clothes.

Not Run: Didn't Shakespeare say something about sleep in his Hamlet soliloquoy?

Run: Maybe it was death by sleep.

Not Run: I could run in the morning.

Run: Who am I kidding?

Not Run: Blogging takes a lot of time you know!

Run: I will really catch hell in the VRC. Especially after I called Chris a geek for all the Battlestar Galactica talk.



RazZDoodle said...

if Chris doesn't give you hell, I will!

Karin said...

Haha..I love your posts. It's nice to know that I'm not the only one with that conversation running (no pun intended) thru my head.

And, I hear ya on the crosstraining. Its hard to fit that in for me too. I doubt it will happen 2x per week!

chris said...

If the reason you decide not to run is laziness, then yes, I will give you all kinds of hell. Now, if you don't run because of an injury, that is a whole different story.

When are you going to the doctor, btw?

Kai said...

OMG PF! Get a frozen juice can, roll your feet over that LOTS AND LOTS. Stretch. Point your toes. Pick up towels with your toes. Don't go barefoot on hard floors. (I've been dealing with this BS for a while, so...)

I saw the tag! Thanks for giving me something entertaining to do at work in the afternoon!

bluegame said...

No reasons why! Just run darn it!
get to the doctor I had that on my feet. He gave me a prescription and went away in three weeks. Ask Mike I could not even walk. Get to the doctor before it gets worse!