Yesterday I ran 12 miles, the most so far of marathon training. My furthest ever being a half-marathon, which is exactly the mileage my training schedule calls for this coming Sunday. I’m sensing a PR…
Needless to say, I was smiling like a jack-o-lantern the moment I stopped my Garmin after hitting mile 12; it really is pure bliss, that moment you finally get to stop and reflect on how far you just ran. Sometimes it’s even hard to actually stop, after going for so long. Despite my excitement over accomplishing such a run, of course, there was the prospect of immient breakfast that I was excited about as well.
Today, I’m extremely sore; my body is exhausted, so I wasn’t about to wear cute, uncomfortable clothes to class. No sir. Although I love getting more dressed up (aka, not in gym or running clothes), I still love dressing like I did today; I wear this kind of attire way more often anyways! And unfortunately it’s still hot here in Louisiana, hence the shorts. The half-zip was almost too much at one point, but my classes are colder than it is outside…
My rather simple Outfil Details
Half-Zip: Target
Shorts: Forever 21
Hat: Nike
Shoes: VANS
I also wanted to share my current read, something I would like to do more often. I’m actually reading this for my British Literature class, but I had it in my giant pile of books to read regardless. I’m pretty excited about it and I’m pretty sure I’m the only one in my class that feels this way. If you’ve read it, tell me your thoughts in the comments!
Just a day in the life of
P.S. I actually considered getting the audiobook version to listen to on my run, but then I couldn’t read the footnotes!

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