You might be a runner if . . .
This post was inspired by Laurie @ Meditations in Motion’s post on Are You Really a Runner? (read it here). Maybe you can even read this post in five minutes (or perhaps a bit more) — and get a few laughs along the way, too.
Things are hanging . . .
. . . everywhere: socks, wet running clothes, hats, jackets, sport bags . . . you name it, it’s probably hanging somewhere (or multiple places) in your home.
You come home completely exhausted
Totally spent. Your job, your SO, your kids, your furkids, you name it, and they’ve drained every last ounce of life out of you.
So of course the first thing you do is lace up and go for a run.
You hesitate to buy yourself new clothes . . .
. . . but you don’t blink an eye at shelling out $13 for one pair of socks.
You know the location of all the bathrooms
In the stores, in the parks, along the bike paths. You know where the porty potties are, too. And which ones are the “good” ones. You also know when the bathrooms are closed and when they’re open.
I am generally not prone to GI issues but it’s not unusual for me to need a pee break before or after a run, so yes, for the most part, I know these things.
You have multiple weather apps
You consult them hourly. They all say something different. They all change hourly. They’re all almost always wrong.
Seriously, what would we talk about if we weren’t complaining about the weather?
Talk to me. Leave a comment or answer a question:
How many weather apps are on your phone (and is there an accurate one)?
What sports-related items are hanging around your home?
What would you add to my list?