I'm not ashamed to admit that sent a mild chill through me. All I had was a t-shirt and track pants thinking to myself, "Oh, well I'm just gonna get all hot and sweaty from the run so this should be fine!" *forehead slap* Nevermind that it just snowed the day before (it didn't stick) and all the mud and puddles I ran by were frozen solid. Yeah, lesson learned in more ways than one.NoOne3 wrote:We'll never know how close you might have been to a first degree frostbite.MoogleDee wrote: In the shower though, when the hot water hit my arms it felt warm and cold at the same time, it was weird.
Thursday is a rare day off work and a rest day from the running routine, so I'll make a stop by a sporting goods store and grab a few things: reflective gear for those late night/early morning runs in absence of the sun, a couple undershirts specially for wicking away sweat, and a new wristwatch. Okay, the watch I can probably grab at Target or something but I'd still like one for keeping track of run/walk sets. It'll be weird for me though, since I haven't worn a wrist watch in about... half a decade.
But moving on, is there anything else I should be concerned about procuring that you guy'd suggest? My funds aren't unlimited of course, but I don't like the idea of skimping out when my personal health is involved. What good is money if I'm not around long enough to spend it, amirite?