I’m probably going to go out for a few miles this morning although I’m not really in the mood. I guess the ubiquitous presence of of the 10th anniversary of 9/11 is getting to me. I’m also concerned that the slight but persistent soreness along the Achilles tendon on my right foot may be getting worse. I iced it today and it’s feeling better, so I’m wondering if the best thing to do is to rest it. Given that this is probably my last chance to do a 3+ mile run before Cow Harbor, I’m tempted to get outside.
At the suggestion of a reader, Adam (also a runner), I’ve put together my memories of 9/11 when I experienced these events from my mid-town office in NYC. I’ve used a feature on Blogger called Pages that I will occasionally use to write posts that are not directly related to running. Writing down these memories has been emotional, but I’m glad to share experiences that I’ve been keeping to myself for ten years.