|Fitting for National Running day.|
Is it just me or does anyone else have this problem? Things I think about while running always seem so insightful and deep, but when I put it down on paper, it just seems so . . . blah.
Unfortunately, in addition to having nothing amazing to say about the day, I also didn't have the most epic of runs. In fact, because I ran with my cousin (he doesn't run much), I moseyed along for 4.6 miles at a 10:14/mile pace.
Now on to more pressing thoughts in my mind. I'm flying down to Louisiana today!
|Looks so nice in picture.|
I can't believe my days as a student is over. Now, I have to look for a new place and find new friends. Unfortunately, I haven't been able to connect with any runners in Baton Rouge yet. Fingers crossed that I'll meet some soon.
I also want to keep on running down in Baton Rouge, but I keep on reading scary articles about how the city's homicide and crime rate has jumped ever since Katrina dislocated New Orleaners to BR. It apparently has higher homicide rate than NYC or LA. Yikes! At least it's better than Detroit?
Anyways, that poses a challenge to the whole running outside thing. But I plan on running early in the morning and scary people only come out at night, right?
I hope you guys had a wonderful Running Day! Anything I should do to keep safe while on a run?