Mildly moist

I ran to work this morning.  It was meant to be my effort for the day, but come six o’clock, I felt refreshed and ready to run again.*

So I ran home.  Which meant putting my kit back on.  My cold, soggy kit.  Ugh.

  • Splits on way to work: 10:39, 9:56, 9:47, 8:59
  • Splits on way home: 10:09, 10:06, 10:17, 9:46
  • Soggy socks donned: 2

*Not really.  But I did realise that I had no coat and only office shoes.**

**Which are perfectly comfortable for walking round the office in, but cripplingly uncomfortable as soon as they come into contact with the pavement.***

***Pavement as in sidewalk, not pavement as in road.****

****Though they’d probably be just as uncomfortable on the latter.

 

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A Bradypus or Sloth am I, I live a life of ease, contented not to do or die but idle as I please; ... [Michael Flanders and Donald Swann]
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7 Responses to Mildly moist

  1. Andy says:

    Your footnotes are getting longer than your blog! Very funny though 🙂

  2. Maggiee says:

    Lol… Although I am thinking, could you not just have changed your shoes to your trainers and walked home?! I am impressed with the effort! 🙂

  3. Rachel B says:

    Very impressive!
    You need to master the act of airing kit and putting it back on again (maybe that only works overnight)

  4. JovialGnome says:

    Well done, shows admirable fortitude! 🙂

  5. henniemavis says:

    HA! Loved your postsript clarification of the word “pavement.” Was that especially for me? Because yes, being American, my mind’s eye immediately went to “road” until I saw your note… whereby I put you up on the sidewalk where you belong 🙂

    Running to & fro work, in wet clothes no less. HARDCORE.

  6. shazruns says:

    Ewwww damp kit. Very committed of you

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