Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Give me some of that.

Last night we were in Oberlin. Somewhere between four to six inches of snow came down while were performing, my drive back to the East Side took ninety tense minutes. My inferior extensor retinaculum, which has been troubling me since Christmas, was in a state of perpetual flexion for the entire hour and a half, and that was extremely irritating.

This morning I hoped to sleep in a little, but the phone calls started pouring in from actor-teachers by 5:30 and I needed to make a dozen or so phone calls and keep an eye on the school closing list. Then I spent a half hour digging out the truck for a 1 PM performance in University Circle.

So I was tired. Then I walked out into the world and the sun was shining and the snow and ice were melting and like a lot of people, I got quite a second wind.

Running. Yes. In shorts, too. How do you like me at present?

Temperature: 37°
Climate: slushy
Distance: 3.25 miles
Weight: 174.5 lbs.

1997 Playlist
Walking On The Sun - Smashmouth
One Angry Dawrf and 200 Solemn Faces - Ben Folds Five
Snake Hips - The Future Sound
Fat Ass Joint - Cujo
Atom Bomb (Atomix 1) - Fluke
Da Funk - Daft Punk
Winter Ceremony (Howie B Left Foot Mix) - Sacred Spirit

1 comment:

Stephani Itibrout said...

The sunshine was sooo beautiful, and the snow on the streets was melting. I really wanted to run, but I didn't want to leave the kids. Next week doesn't look good, btw.