I close my day by sleeping early whenever there is a run on the following morning. That was my routine few years back since I started and got hooked up in running, and it really changed my life. One fine morning after my run when I was about to log my running entry for the day, I was surprised to know that Feb was gone. How time flies. I love Feb because she gave me the best time of the year for my long tempo runs, weatherwise. I love Feb because she was part of my rigid trainings and intervals. I love Feb because she gave me the best results in my racing journals, being instrumental in my lung-busting and adrenalin pumping races. Thank you Feb, but although you've outrunned me, I know you'll be back again.
my running journal;
I used this to log mileage since I started running in 2006,
Moving on, here comes March. The first sunday of march was a rest day for me, no running; but just the same, I spent it with the running community. I went to the docfit run to support xty and my pr-busting friends who joined the race. Meeting with friends is already a habit, I make sure I find time to chat with them and exchange news regarding the running world, just like a post race practice for everyone.
I had a wonderful time spent with my kids too at the u.p. grounds on that day. I enjoyed their laughters and the joy of being with them. I missed this moment in a long while since I was with Feb dealing with my previous commitments. My journal is a witness of such undertakings.
Running is just a part of our life, the family makes the most of it. Since school break is fast approaching, I'll spend quality times with my family and forget Feb in a while until her next return.
family day at the u.p. grounds