It’s freezing outside. I took a photo of the frozen grass but not quite sure I was able to convey the iciness of it.
I mentioned I need to get back to running.
You may have noticed we had some terrible air quality here in California this summer, thanks to crazy wildfires and a lack of rain. It definitely impacted my outdoor plans, but on many occasions I would get up before the “dirty air” would settle, and get my run in anyway. There were days when the only safe time to run would have been at 2 AM, so I did take a few days off.
I was pretty committed to getting my runs in. And I miss that commitment, which is why I’m posting about it. And planning.
I have everything I need to get outside and run.
But today, when it’s almost December and we’re experiencing overnight freezing, I note that the air quality has blipped into the unhealthy for sensitive groups range. On the air quality map, it’s showing a little orange dot over the city, where most of the rest of the state has good quality air.
It almost feels as though the universe read my blog that I needed to get the shoes back on and get out on the trail.
No matter, tomorrow is supposed to be a better day, air-quality-wise. I’ll need to decide to put on the shoes, anyway.
I’ll stop procrastinating. Tomorrow.