Quote du jour: Everyone who has run knows that its most important value is in removing tension and allowing a release from whatever other cares the day may bring
. -Jimmy CarterExercise du jour:
50 minutes running, but in a therapeutic fashion.Done. Sort of. I quit after 35 minutes, because my foot was hurting too damn bad. I'm mad at my foot. (You think you've got me beat, foot? Is that what you think, huh? I don't THINK so. Just you wait.)Photo credit: eschipul
LOL @ Running, but in a therapeutic fashion.
Actually, maybe I'll try that. Hmm.
I had no idea that Jimmy was a runner. Huh.
Enjoy your therapy. I had my session this morning and it worked wonders. :)
50 minutes is a lot of running! And hey, that's how long a therapy session usually is too. Coincidence...?
Have you run yet? Huh? huh? Am I annoying?
Go run! :+)
Great picture. I wish that I could run on the beach, such great exercise, although I don't know about being chased by seagulls. I love your blog and all its wonderful pictures and content.
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Xenia, I agree. It can be useful. I used the time to work out issues that I'm dealing with.
Theresa, thanks coach!
Crabby, has anyone tried combining running with therapy -- I mean at the same time? Could be onto something.
Thanks Jen! The birds looked a bit Hitchcock-like, but I told myself they were just trying to be encouraging. Something like that.
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