June 21, 2006


Not only is it a terrific Earth, Wind and Fire tune, but it's something I try to do every other day. During the school year this is usually a quite difficult schedule to maintain; however, since school is now out I've been faithful about putting on the Asics on time.

Yesterday (early evening circa 8pm, to be precise) I got something I have not felt in a while: The "runner's high." It was on the return 1 and 1/2 miles of my usual 3 mile jaunt. I used to get the "high" quite often back in my prime when I would run virtually everyday. For me, the "high" manifests itself in a sudden burst of energy with virtually no feeling of fatigue. I love it. Of course, in order to obtain the "high," a normal schedule must be maintained, along with a good diet.

But also last night -- this same scenario happened. WTF?? And it wasn't just neighborhood intersections, it was houses' driveways, too! I lost track of how many times I had to make hand signals to the car driver to see who would get the right of way. Sheesh.

Posted by Hube at June 21, 2006 10:24 AM | TrackBack

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Running when chasing you is evidence of paranoia.

Posted by: Duffy at June 21, 2006 11:45 AM

Ok, this is about the fifth time I've tried this. Have you looked into policosanol or red yeast rice (re: cholesterol)

Posted by: Anna Venger at June 22, 2006 06:06 PM

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