For the sake of my already questionable sanity, I will first get out of the way some of the photos that have been accumulating in my media library!
The catch-up game will take a break here, because I just spent way too long taking pictures of something for my sister (not because I am such a talented photographer, but because I have “a big camera” … even though I tried to explain that the person holding the camera is often more important than the camera itself), and now I want to go to bed.
But first I need to share my experience with my new Garmin this morning. I wore my old one and my new one, because I wanted to compare them. Well. I felt kind of like I was driving my car with my GPS, which, by the way, I hate. There I am, running merrily along… lost satellite reception. Good to have the foot pod as backup, huh?
Er, yeah. I’d love to believe that I can run six minute miles, but I can’t. I fiddled around with it a little, so hopefully I fixed whatever was wrong with it and it works now. I will be very, very angry if it turns out to be defective.
And I do believe it is high time I drag my exhausted self to bed. Once I finish e-mailing these pictures to my sister, anyway…
Happy Hump Day.
“There is no strong performance without a little fanaticism in the performer.”
~Ralph Waldo Emerson