With the warmer temps, please look out for people on motorcycles AND cyclists. I find motorcyclist are usually some of the best drivers. Mostly because they have to look out for idiots. I was hit last summer when I was riding my bicycle. Bruised the hip bone. Not cool.
I ran today. Five miles. I ran it in 43:26!! 8:41 pace!!! That's another PR for five miles! Woot!!! Here are my splits:
1 mile: 8:57
2 mile: 8:25
3 mile: 9:00 <---- headwind 30mph gusts
4 mile: 8:31
5 mile: 8:27 <---- 30mph gusts at my back!
I totally rocked it. Just so you know, I had the exact same outfit on today as I did last month for my old five mile PR. I'm convinced it's the outfit. Nothing else. Forgot my speedy outfit? Here is a reminder:
|Official speed outfit|
My son started practicing the intro song for Game of Thrones on his violin last night. It's amazing. He has the first 10 seconds or so down. If you don't watch Game of Thrones, well then, shame on you. (but you should totally youtube it, it's a cool song!)
In case you're wondering, I'm feeling much better since my last post. Life seems to be turning in the right direction, slowly, but it is looking up. I'm trying really hard to focus on the moment and quit worrying so much about the future. Although it's not always easy, I'm trying.
Have you ever witnessed an accident? What did you/would you do?
I'm totally comfortable helping, I know some aren't. But being helpful and being a "rubber neck" are two totally different things. I always think, if it was anyone I knew that was in an accident, I'd totally want someone to help. Even if it was to hold a hand. Think about it.