This was a travel day. That would mean less time for family fun so I opted to sleep in a little, indulge in a family breakfast and join in the fun instead of sneaking away for rack up bigger miles.
Always a good idea in theory but rarely a good idea in practice.
I never ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever (yeah, okay I am in third grade. It's my blog.)
think sleeping in was a good thing once I get up.
I always regret it.
It puts me behind in every thing else I am planning on accomplishing that day.
Why do we do it?
Come on now, you all do it, too!
I bet you all regret it most of the time, too.
LBM exhausted from not sleeping at night!
Then once I got up knowing that I had missed prime running opportunity number one of the day, I indulge in a heartier than normal breakfast.
I don't know about you but this usually leaves me feeling bloated and lazy. It tastes so good it's hard to remind myself that I didn't eat that much to fuel my Ultra let alone just a day of playing with the family and then driving 3 1/2 hours.
Tell me I'm not the only one. Doesn't everyone indulge in big breakfast weekends?
Why do we did it?
Run # 95 - short and sweaty
The minimum 2 miles
Five more runs to 100.