First day of winter!
Happy Anniversary, Sweetheart. I love you.
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My heartbeats per kilometer suggest that this was an exciting run.
I’ve been a bit nervous about this season, since I have (for me) ambitious mileage and consistency goals. Because of this, I think it sensible to strictly limit any other goals for now. Mission-creep could pile up on me.
This was a beautiful run, with the weather down around -20C with the wind chill, and enough frost on everything to make it feel like I was running in a snow globe.
Judi got a photo of me as I got home.
Todays training tip:
My sweethearts favourite – bring a hankie.
I carry a handkerchief when running, because I’m a bit dainty. Using it in the winter is a way to hide my snot-sickles from people when I stop somewhere, or catching the beard-sickles which would otherwise pollute shop counters, floors and people’s lunches.
It can also serve as an emergency tourniquet, bug-mask, and part of a robber costume in other contexts.
Glad to have one along all the time, but since my sweetheart took such a liking to carrying one, I’m convinced it is a valuable idea to share.