How Do You Describe Your Runs?

I know the grammar isn't complete, but isn't that what Twitter has made us do?


If I was given much more space on Twitter who knows how many more adjectives I could have come up with? :)

The run was just as I said it: Invigorating, lung busting, rainy, cold, and hilly. I was very pleased with it, but it (mostly the hills) kicked my butt..... and I loved it!

I was running a new route. My daughter was running 4 miles with a friend and needed a ride to her house. I figured I would take her there and run my 4+ mile run from there as well. I figured we would get back close to the same time and all would be good. It was a good run, but with a bit more hills then I had hoped to run. When I got back my phone rang and she asked..... are you back yet? She was inside eating some soup. We drove what she "said" was 4 miles...... She is outside in our neighborhood right now running two more miles to bring her day to 5 miles...... you do the math :)

How do you describe your runs?

Tim Wilson - blog.262quest.com - subscribe - follow blog - virtual4now

12 comments:

  1. That is cool that your daughter runs to. My sister recently started. I took her for a shoe fitting. We're hoping to run the Broad St (Philadelphia) run together this May. Keep up the great work!

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  2. Great job on your invigorating run Tim! Today I dubbed my run a confidence building run. Gotta love those!

    I'm seriously so excited for you that your daughter is sharing in your passion of running. I am always impressed and thankful when parents instill healthy habits in their children's lives. There are so many kids that live their lives behind a tv screen. Way to set an example and be a role model!

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  3. I love when you end a run feeling super psyched about the day. Congrats! Nice run!

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  4. Thanks everyone!

    The really cool part is that now BOTH of my daughters are running with me :) Check a few of my more recent posts about my older daughter Ashlee who just recently started running as well :)

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  6. You know, I don't think I generally do a good job of describing my runs. I love running though, whatever the run brings, I just love it.

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  8. Saw this post via ALLTOP. Thought you were talking about something else entirely.

    - ZeroToBoston

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  9. ZeroToBoston -

    Too funny.....

    I thought about how it sounded as well but decided to go ahead and leave it. :)

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