Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Monday I was so lazy , I came home and did nothing. I did put on my running cloths but I decided to rest for 30mins. 30 minutes turned into all night. So what is this telling me? I needed the rest. This morning I wanted to do the same thing, I had to drag myself out the door. I'm getting up earlier these days but I'm not getting out the door any sooner, but today I shock myself by getting out the door before 5:45 I was out of the bed by 5:05, need I say more. I did come home cook dinner and managed to get out the door for another run. When the day is gorgeous and I have the opportunity I grab it.


bicycle wallpaper said...

hi there,
warm greeting for your family ^^;

Just_because_today said...

read your comment on Michelle's blog...do you feel that way? time to be yourself. Only when you take care of yourself you can take care of others.
Who is this bicycle wallpaper? I gotta a comment too

MOMSWEB said...

knock, knock...just dropping by to visit your blog home and I'm glad I did! This was a great post and I've learned with age that our body will tell us exactly what it needs - even rest!
Gotta run...no pun intended...well, maybe a little (lol).

Michelle said...

I agree grab it and hold on!

How are you doing lady??

Thomas Bussiere said...

I know what you mean. I sometimes have a hard time getting out the door when I don’t have a race around the corner or in my peak training when I’m tired all the time. It’s hard to tell if it’s our bodies telling us it needs a break, which is good, or just a lapse in motivation. Usually when I get foot on ground, and a warm-up mile behind me, I’m glad I made it out and feel better then if I stayed inside with the guilt of not running when I should have.