The early bird catches the worm! Er…trash…
I managed to get yesterday’s run in before the sun turned into a fiery ball of death. Without sweat dripping into my eyes, I could enjoy the views.
It was still warm though, and I spent most of the late afternoon/evening looking like this guy.
Any big plans for the Fourth? Mine involves the two B’s: beer and BBQ :). I couldn’t find any Fourth of July runs where I’ll be, but here are a few local ones if you’ve got the last-minute itch.
Thinking about setting off illegal fireworks? Make sure you can outrun the Police Chief first!
Also, I know it’s weeks overdue (procrastinate much?!), but I had the chance to catch Spirit of the Marathon II when it premiered. I loved it! It didn’t make me tear up like the first one did, but all of the athlete’s (amateur and elite) had stories that were relatable and drew me in. The two Domenico’s and Vasyl Matviychuk are all incredibly funny, and Ylenia Anelli’s energy was contagious. Here are some of the memorable quotes I jotted down:
“I felt like i was somebody.” Domenico after his first marathon & Rome Marathon
“Work, family and running. It’s a matter of the principles in life.”
“Doesn’t matter how many hours [you finish in], everyone has the same emotion.”
“When I’m out running this is my time – not worrying about the future and not worrying about anything in the past.” Cliff
“You simply have to keep moving forward.” It sounds so easy!!
“The marathon originally was and always will be an extraordinary journey.”
“What I’d like to say to everybody listening, to the older people…run, run.” Domenico I think
I walked out of the theater feeling inspired, two hours well spent!
What would be your dream marathon location?
What are you doing for the Fourth? Any fun runs?
Are you a morning runner or an evening runner?