As I look ahead to the new year that I woke up to this morning; the thought of a clean slate, fresh goals and a renewed drive helped move my over indulged body and out of schedule mind.
The weather was a wonderful mix of sunny skies and cloudy breaks with a breeze to keep me company.
Had I been in PA I would have had company on this run as Biking Sherpa is making fitness goals for 2012 she would have happily joined the fun
extra HBBC points are incentive too
and LBM would have enjoyed the jogger ride
but with the "race" to take place in VA traffic is often an issue.
But even solo the miles flew by and the hills didn't seem nearly as tough. It's amazing what a little "race" incentive can do for your mind.
I finished ready to return to my family and content that I did something wonderful for me.
Here's to another year to running and fitness!
Way to start the new year right! I did the resolution run too, but forgot the resolution part of it, oops! Love that you want to be more grateful...makes such a difference in how we view the events in our lives. Happy 2012!ReplyDelete
Perfect way to start out the new year! Happy, healthy miles to you in 2012, my friend! Can't wait to see all the amazing things you do this year!ReplyDelete
Way to start the new year off right! Cheers to an even more awesome 2012 for you and your family!ReplyDelete
I'm going to steal the first two of your resolutions. I'm past the getting faster part of my running career so now I get to do the have fun part and to just give things a go.ReplyDelete
It feels so good to start New Year on a high note - seems to set the tone for the rest of the year. Happy running to you!ReplyDelete
Happy New Year! Great start to the year!ReplyDelete
Happy new year! Hopefully 2012 is the year of 100 for you! :)ReplyDelete
great job on another run and reminder as always about the importance of familyReplyDelete