Never gonna give you up…
Hey hey! I am back in the land of the living. I even got a new headband -
It says ‘never give up’, which I think is awesome when running stupidly long distances. Unfortunately, I’m the only one. As soon as I put it on last week, Superwoman gave me the look
Never gonna give you up, never gonna let you down, never gonna…
I got Rick Rolled by my headband.
Now I can legitimately say
When someone pisses me off and I confuse them and walk away. It has no bearing on my intelligence though. This week, I bought a pair of new runners. After a conversation at lunch, I realised they were actually trail shoes, so I took them back and swapped them for these babies:
Sadly, they are too small. Believe me, purple toenails are no fun when you are wearing heels and get off the bus five stops too soon.
Tomorrow, I will wear my old shoes. I plan to run a long way (details tomorrow night!). Long enough to take a gel. Which means:
Run with Kate is an elitist hell hole that demonstrates all that is wrong with the running community
I have to confess to being a bit runner snob lately. The reactions of some of my runner readers weren’t all that appreciative when I posted this on Facebook yesterday:
I’ve been having a lot of fun with my runner pictures. And while I’m all for a little controversy, I didn’t actually mean to offend anyone who trains with one. However, if you use one in a 5km race, we cannot be friends. Sorry. I’m not really sorry.
I’m going to bed so I can wake up and eat the next chocolate frog in my advent calendar and go running (though maybe not in that order).
I met with a new student, and that always makes me smile!
How do you feel about camelbaks over distance? When would you use one? When is it not acceptable? Does anyone actually give a shit?
Ever had a running shoe malfunction?
Do you wear gym gear with words on it? (Brands don’t count!)