Friday, November 6, 2009

A Start


This morning I ran a mile.
I didn't time myself.
I didn't see anybody I knew.
I didn't feel like it was the funnest thing ever.
I didn't feel like it was going to kill me.

I think it was a success.

Maybe I should wave my arms more when I run, though. It works for Maggie.

10 comments:

Lilly said...

Good for you!! This is so exciting!

Amanda D said...

Good for you! Keep it up.

Are you a Friends fan? This post reminds me of the one where Rachel and Phoebe go running together and Rachel is embarrassed because Phoebe runs wildly.

Meridee said...

Way to go!

Ginna said...

yay megs! I wish I was there to go with you. I'm an awful runner, but I always wish I had the ability/desire to do it. It seems like it would be fun if you can get past the torture part.

Rachel said...

Very much a huge success!!!

Keep going!!!

Katie Gee said...

YAY!!!!

brittney said...

you can do it! I hated running and never did it until after Alec. I started with just running for 5 min! 3 weeks is a bit short, but totally doable! (especially if you don't mind being sore afterward) You're awesome

jwise said...

Good for you!! WOW! I feel the same way about running: doesn't kill me, but I don't love it, either. You might try Maggie's approach. She seems to know what she's doing.

EmmaP said...

i havent been running as much since i started going back to school. i miss it actually. i mean - i didnt LOVE it, but i became addicted to it. i love the way i feel when i am doing it and afterwards. you can do it! stay gold, ponyboy...stay gold!

K said...

I'd only do it for the arm waving, myself. Did you know that I occasionally go down the middle of our street in the night just doing chausses? (is that really how you spell it?)

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