You may remember that I told you I got a new pair of Sauconys.
They are purple and nicely still resting in their box.
This lovely sea green pair have been waiting patiently in my closet for a way long time. With the pace crushing thigh pain, I finally decided to switch out my running shoes.
These beauties are so light and comfy and wonderfully white that I wore them Tuesday but when we were blessed with rain on Wednesday I decided I just couldn't get them dirty! I wore the old completely worn out pair.
Yes my thigh noticed.
I was happy when Thursday came and I could take these lovelys out for another run. Since my sitter is on vacation this week and I have had to make other arrangements
I couldn't get anyone to spend the day with the kids despite having all my family live so close to me
I got to enjoy a day with the kids at work with me.
Webster Update: Definition of Enjoy
enjoy, v to survive or otherwise struggle through a period of time under extreme stress
Having the kids at work with me meant we got home a little early. However, I should have know something was at work when I still somehow didn't get out of the door until the usual time. Which lead to me still being on my run with my fabulous sea green bright white ultra light weight super comfy Sauconys when the
As with any down pour, it gave me little warning as I was running up a steep hill it just chose to start. Once
already drenched at the top of the hill I struggled with the half heat fused together weather shield to get LBM and the stroller covered before it soaked up 10 pounds of rain water. FAIL
All while my fabulous sea green bright white ultra light weight super comfy Sauconys got drenched and quickly became my fabulous sea green dull white not so light weight super squishy Sauconys.
I just can't stand getting new shoes dirty.
But by the time we got around the loop they had lost that I'm-new look and weighed a ton.
They will dry out and I'm sure they will still be super comfy compared to my old trashed ones but the honeymoon is already over.
Two runs and we are an old married couple no longer worried about our appearances.
How do you get over that I don't want to dirty my beautiful new running shoes feeling?