I like it, although I also am a big fan of the team "Big Tuna." Last year that same group was named "That's What She Said." There's an award for the first person to name the TV show that this particular team is getting their inspiration from.*
The 5 miler with Doug felt great. I even had some spring in my step going up some of the hills on the way. It may be the first time ever I've really worn Doug out, also. He's one of those real a$$h*1es that is pretty much good at everything--Kayaking, Soccer, Snowboarding, Running, Growing a Beard--and he has always done all this with an effortless Prance--but on Monday he was begging for mercy. And a beer. Personally, it felt great.
I ran with Parsenn on Tuesday and that was just fine, besides when he ran around the opposite side of a mailbox and hung himself temporarily by his own leash, and then tonight I did a hilly 5 miler in a local state park. I ran to the top of Dundee Kame twice and stopped to enjoy the view only long enough to be enveloped by mayflies and mosquitos. They're ridiculous at the moment. This weekend I'm hoping to do my first 20 miler in a while. All systems go so far!
*The "award" is the empty containers which once held my Lyme Disease and Shingles Medications--I have no need for them anymore! Medication not included.
A hint about the TV show: It is the only show (besides "Wipeout") that makes me laugh out loud on a consistent basis.
Please Click the "1 Month 100 Miles" Link on the right and find out what I'm up to this fall!