You are both going to be sooooooo excited for me!!! I did it! I finally got a long run in on the day I was supposed to, and the distance I was supposed to go!
I can see you two in my mind, sitting at your computers in your sad, cramped, dark rooms and finally – BRIGHTNESS! SMILES! – you throw your skinny little pale arms in the air and yell SWEET! SHE DID IT! OUR HERO!!! Probably your screams managed to frighten the poor pizza boy completely to the end of the block, and I think you’re just going to have to make dinner out of the cold leftovers from earlier this week which still surround your desk – but it’s not like either of you haven’t done that before.
Yes, I know. This is undoubtedly the best thing that has happened for either of you all week. It makes me happy to make you so happy. I’m smiling right now.
Since neither of you get out much you are probably going to be EVEN more excited when I tell you this:
Due to my recently announced selection as National Spokesperson and Posterchild for the National BFOS Foundation (https://rundogcat.me/2012/02/24/butt-falling-off-syndrome-little-known-little-understood/) I am now surrounded by paparazzi wherever I go. It’s a burden, all those little people trying to catch hold of my star as it ascends, but to whom much is given and all that so I feel obliged to welcome them to my life. The plus side is that now you can actually see my run. It will be almost like you were there! You can see where I ran and the many nice things I experienced on this earth-shattering and life-changing run.
As usual, if you print these pictures and bring them to the next fan club meeting I’ll be happy to autograph them. I do have to tell you that due to my sudden increase in importance the cost of the autographs is now $5 each. If you’d like them personalized it will be $7.50. Also please bring your own Sharpies.
Here we’d been out for about 10 miles, running CD Smith Road (scene of the second serious instance of BFOS, https://rundogcat.me/2012/02/18/exercise-and-the-exorcist-part-2-2/) There was a train coming so just for fun I raced it and won.
Then I saw a robin building a nest. It was a breezy day and apparently the robin was a bit fed up with its little nest continually getting blown out of the tree. I said, suck it up, little Robin and someday you may be a posterchild for a National Nest Building Ass.
Then we passed a barn and some horses. One of the horses was very nice and wanted to see what was going on. The other horse was rather a snot just eating its stupid grass but what do you really expect from a horse anyway?
So there you have it, the story of my incredible awesome 20 miler.
And, by the way, my butt started trying to fall off in the car on the way home. It’s kinda hard to drive only sitting on the left side of your butt. Just to show it who’s boss, I’m making it sit on ice right now. So. There.