Wednesday, April 20, 2011

They gave you life. And in return you gave them hell.

That was incredible. At first I was a little irritated, the air was so comfortable this morning, and now quite brisk - but perfect-brisk, with a little tailwind (thanks for sending that my way, Boston Marathon People) and I was utterly flying.

Good Lord, I have been wanting to run all week. I had a sudden, mild back spasm on Monday (more on that here) and there just wasn't much to do about that except swallow ibuprofen, take hot baths and stretch. Today was perfect timing to run, I guess.

Three more performances, tomorrow, Friday and Saturday. I had no idea the run would be so emotional for me, but it is, and in ways I did not expect. I even have ideas how to cut more time out of And Then You Die, but that can wait for another day.

Still. You know. Minnesota.

1985 Playlist

Take Me Home - Phil Collins
Kiss Me On The Bus (164 bpm) - the Replacements
Some People - Belouis Some
Something About You - Level 42
Baby Screams - The Cure
We Care A Lot - Faith No More
Can't Get There From Here - R.E.M.
I Must Confess - Everything But The Girl
Tambourine - Prince & The Revolution
Running Up That Hill (12" mix) - Kate Bush
Shout - Tears For Fears

Distance: 5.15 miles
Temperature: 48ยบ
Weather: spirited!
Weight: 168 lbs.


Anonymous said...

I want that shirt back.


pengo said...

If only I were to be visiting you soon.