I am absolutely GREEN with envy knowing that I am not out enjoying the first run in the snow
with the F’N Running Club. Ugh! Happens to all of us Mom’s, right? We sacrifice what we want in order to make the family work…..or be available so Daddy can pull some OT on a Saturday. This is why I don’t see many of you on Saturday mornings, cuz 99% of the time Daddy is working so we can make the house payment. Obviously, him working is slightly more important than my running but it doesn’t make it any easier on Ms. TooTall! So in an attempt to not feel sorry for myself too bad about sitting inside, I dug up a photo of one of my favorite snow runs.
This photo is several years old…….a grassy trail that is part of the Hickory Creek Extension off of Old Plank. I would have never ran a grassy trail had it not been frozen and snow-covered. It was taken on Jan 13, 2009 and one of my last Saturday runs before the doc cut me off from running since I was actually preggo with Mr. Michael. Hubby wasn’t working this day because business was slow and they were down to 4 days a week
which allowed us plenty of extra time for baby making. I showed up for a group run and I was the ONLY one who didn’t wimp out had gotten “up and out”. Since I was there, I ran anyhow. So glad that I did, this was a perfect day and it is a great memory. I really do enjoy the snow.
Today is not even close to being the same. We only have a slight dusting thus far but the snow continues to fall magically. It would be nice to get a little accumulation so
we the kids can go out and play. Here are a few photos from the yard. Lots of zoom action on this photo, the girls were all the way in the back of the yard, by the field….the tree line is a creek.
If you were fortunate enough to get out this morning and happened to grab a pic of the snow dusted trails, send it to me or post it on the TooTallFritz facebook page! What are your favorite running conditions? Do you find the beauty in all the seasons or are you just a fair weather runner? Tell me!
Cheers, Amanda – TooTallFritz email@example.com