What I did on my run times 2,000

This is how it started

Today’s run (street): 4.9 miles

During yesterday’s run, my buddy Steve asked me the reason why I started my running blog. I told him I’d started it as a journal of my running experience and I had no expectation that, seven years and 2,000 posts later, I’d still be regularly writing about my running. Emerging Runner is still mostly about the simple experience of running, although I do occasionally venture into the areas of news, reviews and opinion.

I’ve made some great friends and running buddies through emergingrunner.com whose support and snark motivate me to keep running and writing. Runsketeer buddy She is Out Running will be running the St. George Marathon in Utah this coming weekend (in 95° weather). Last weekend she ran the Reach the Beach 200 mile relay. Her hilarious relay writeup should not be missed.

I managed to get myself out the door early today and kept it local, since yesterday’s trail run satisfied my need to break out of my neighborhood. It was cooler and drier than yesterday, and it took me a full mile to build a mild sweat. This was the first run in recent memory when I didn’t pay attention to how much distance I had left to cover before heading home.

Ignoring my Garmin was liberating, but I lost track of progress and ended up back at my house a tenth short of my 5 mile target. All the same, I strung together four good runs this week. I’m expecting the coming week to be very busy and I’m hoping that doesn’t interfere with my workout schedule. With this weather, I want to get outside as often as I can.

3 thoughts on “What I did on my run times 2,000

  1. I wouldn't go so far as to say The Petite Pacer is \”snarky\”. More like sassy. Back to me, you're welcome for my invaluable support.2,000 posts! Congratulations! That's a lot of running and writing and reading. Here's to the next 2,000!

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