Tonight, my plans got cancelled. I was going to work on my social skills and gave a drink or two. Crazy, right?! Now the highlight of my night was geeking out with the Trader Joe's cashier over sweet potato tater tots. What what?! I know. You don't have to say it. But in all seriousness, I was kind of relieved. It's been a week!
It's officially August! You know what that means?! #DumboDareChallenge is THIS month- or at least the 10k portion of it. If you're participating and haven't checked out the runDisney website for the 411, you are a slacker and need to get on this. They've uploaded the race courses, the waivers and the race programs! I will try very hard to keep the Dumbo talk to a minimum as it gets closer, but I can't make any promises. Not to put any pressure on it, but this race has been in the making for the past 2 years. I can't believe it's almost here. I'm too excited to sleep!
Honestly, I'm also getting a little overwhelmed. A ton of people I know (IRL and Social Media) are going and I have no idea how to juggle getting to see everyone and getting to see everything. There just isn't enough time to do it all and that gives me anxiety. I feel like I want to create my own meet-up and everyone I know can come hang out with me for a couple of hours and be done with it. Sound like a good plan? Anyone else have this problem? How are you handling it?
I will leave you with a picture from the 102 entrance to Central Park. I found out about this entrance when I ran the Pride Run in June and used it again for the Long Training Run last weekend. It's such a quiet and serene pathway (at least around 6AM), I feel like it's one of Central Park's beautiful secrets that many will never take the time to enjoy.
What are some things that make you happy?