Hope I Don’t Regret This.

I skipped a cool 55 degree run through my hood (pictured below on the puppy’s walk) for a hot, sultry 72 degree super fast (aka rushed) lunch run. I hope it doesn’t suck–and if it does, I learned my lesson.

Was playing around online really that fun this morning?

Yup. The coffee was delicious too.



2 thoughts on “Hope I Don’t Regret This.

  1. What I wouldn’t give for a hot sultry run (I say as my scarf falls off of the back of my chair). I’m green with envy! Enjoy it! And coffee and tooling around on line trump all. Thanks for following our blog too by the way. 🙂

    1. I love your blog!

      As for the run–I’m a cold weather girl. It was a HOT (but fast–9:03 pace!!!) 3.5 miles:)

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