A Running Wednesday

As I don’t expect there to be any walking Wednesdays for a while, maybe months.

I have decided Wednesdays will become my running day.

Got off to a good start today with a 6 mile run and we shall see if I can build it up to 10 miles.

I did get a few surprises on my run today.

My track was completely flooded in more than one place and I don’t mean by just an inch or two of water πŸ™

Most sensible people would have turned back but not me.

So I ran most of the way with very wet feet πŸ™

Then I came across a herd of deer in the field next to me, but once they heard me puffing along they soon ran off.

It was a lovely sight though to see their white tails disappearing into the distance.

Also on a patch of road side I found at least 300 lovely snowdrops πŸ™‚

I shall enjoy my stretch at yoga tonight that’s for sure.

My running stats from my Garmin Forerunner can be seen below….. notice how many calories I burnt πŸ™‚

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7 thoughts on “A Running Wednesday

  1. Lady Macleod

    You go my girl! And read that post I put up a few days ago on physical activity and aging, then just sit and be bloody pleased with yourself.
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  3. Reluctant Blogger

    Well done. So lovely to run in the countryside too and actually see things.

    I am off running at the moment. Well, I may try tonight with Julie as that is short and easy and we run slower if we are chatting. I think my body is fighting something off and I am just tired all the time and my legs ache just walking up the stairs. I probably should rest up but I find that hard to do as I love to run.

    But I am rubbish at running in the daytime.

    I will be so impressed if you work up to 10 miles. Maybe Helen will too. I won’t, that’s for sure. I like short runs. I think 10k would be my limit.

  4. Ellee

    Sally, that’s impressive. What’s happened to your walking Wednesdays? I’m planning on a walking Sunday this weekend, weather permitting.

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