So, I was running the other day and I realized something very different here in St. Louis. I run in the late morning to early afternoon. In Allen, TX (where I used to live), all of the runners at that time of day were very similar to me: middle aged women. Here, though, runners are almost all young – I mean early 20s.
What difference does that make? None really – except that EVERYONE is running faster than me, now. I used to run past a person every now and then but now… not so much. Our neighborhood is adjacent to Washington University and I guess those kids like to run.
That’s okay, though. It doesn’t make my run any longer or slower even if it does seem like it!
Did I mention that this post was totally random?
haha, now you just need to get faster to beat those young bunnies 😉