A person who feels so much better about myself and life in general when I've been running.
Much less likely to freak out about the little things when I keep up with a running schedule.
Annoyed by inconsiderate ignoramuses who are allowed to frequent my regular running routes. This includes, but is not limited to, oblivious dog walkers, full-of-it cyclists and parents who can't be bothered to parent their own children.
Easily frustrated when I've realized how far I've been set back by an injury or a lapse in my training.
A girl who really needs a specific goal to stay motivated. (Case in point: 2011. No races. No running.)
Incredibly disappointed that I wasn't able to run the race I'd trained for all spring. It still bothers me. There's no sense in denying it.
Aware that I need to move on from not being able to run the race I'd trained for all spring.
Going back to school in the fall and would like to complete a full marathon before then because I really thought I'd have #3 in the bag by now.
Aiming to complete a marathon this summer, as a result. On the horizon: the Marathon by the Sea in Saint John, New Brunswick. Date: August 12, 2012.
Unsure if trying to run a marathon by the end of the summer is realistic, but I'm willing to use it as something to work towards if, for nothing else, to keep me motivated for the next few months.
Confident that, if I am unsure about the performance of my leg in any way, that I would not do anything to risk re-injury or jeopardize my ability to finish Five by 35. I've got plenty of time and really don't need to rush things.
Still working on my biomechanics (gotta love physio!) and realizing that there will always be room to improve when it comes to this.
Happy to be where I am, despite everything. Each experience in running has taught me something new.
Amazed at how much I've learned about myself, and how much more I have yet to learn, just by running.
Thankful that I am able to run.
|I am ... not really into heels. These are more my speed. |
More on my most recent purchase to come.