Friday, April 22, 2011
Day two started similar to day one. Weather was threatening rain, but this time it was slightly warmer. No music again this time as I found my iPod had run out of battery charge. My leg muscles were already protesting as I stepped out the front door. (this better not become the norm otherwise I am going to be even less of a morning person.) My legs were not even started and they wanted to quit, but I set this goal, and I didn't want to admit defeat after only one day. I trudge diligently along realizing that my slightly later than intended start would mean I had to push my pace in order to get home to get the normal morning routine done before work. Up one hill down the other side to a stop light and back. An easy enough course, if you don't mind being on a hill the entire time. I made it back home with an average pace of about 8-8:30 miles. Then. after a quickened morning routine, it was off to work an 11 hour shift at the shop. After work I was treated to a wonderful leg massage by the most beautiful woman I know. Well that is the short of what turned to be a long day. /end wall of text.