Yesterday morning I ran with Kate at our usual early hour, knowing there was a chance I might not make it to the Run Club at night. With a lot of things on the to-do list, it was anyone’s guess what time I’d get out of work – it was up to me whether or not I got the miles in!
7 miles – done.
As it turned out, a little bit of extra coffee, some Pandora action and a lot of focus leads to the “I think I can get out by 5:15 – challenge, accepted!” mentality. Done.
Text to my fellow Run Club leader – Gonna make it, fingers crossed!
My legs were shot from Wednesday’s little adventure, not to mention them reminding me that they had already put in a run for the day.
I know, I hear you. But it’s lulu night! Buck up!
I’m really glad those muscles decided to play along. We ran our usual Embassy Row loop, with a speedy crew leading the way. It was too nice out to head straight inside, so we hung out on the sidewalk – chatting, half-stretching, enjoying the fact that my arms were in short sleeves…ah, spring, we can feel you coming!
I actually had to be asked to look inside. Hello!
Thanks to the Georgetown lululemon crew! You guys are crafty.
Round II? YES! Of course, I’m in.
We have a lot of room to grow with that club, and I couldn’t be more excited to lead the way. This place breeds challengers and go-getters, and my attitude loves to be among them.
Are you a run-club goer? What keeps you coming back?
Are you seeking out a challenge right now? Let’s hear it.