Reader email just in . . . .
a la "Manly Runner" :
"Just curious, what do you do when you run 44.14 miles on a TM? Watch Oprah, ESPN, News? If you tell me you don't watch TV my brain will implode. Of course that is not humanly possible. Wait are you human?"
First, Chris K, you should know.
e v e r.
Mostly, just so I can tell people, "I don't watch Oprah ever."
I think she's awesome. I think she does amazing things with her celebrity status. She is one heck of a business woman.
I just don't like the show.
Now, what did I do on this particular day for this particular long run?
[heee, heee, you are going to wish you never asked]
Hour one = nada, zilch, zero. NO music, no TV, no view [it was still dark]
Hour two = BBC world news . . . mixed with answering work emails.
Hour Three = Nada. NBC closed captioning wasn't working. Local Fox news is ....well...crap and I was tired of the English accents on BBC.
Hour Four = NBC captioning back on! It's TODAY show time! I think Natalie Morales is insanely beautiful!
[few more emails]
Hour Five = TV off ...... turned on tunes. "All of the Lights" - listened to that song about 14 times.
[text from Mom, "stop now, that's long enough" ]
Hoped back on......
Hour Six = texted my BFF Dawn. LOVE her!!
Pita calls . . . "Are you freaking serious? You know you have that little Boston Marathon in 12 days, right?"
Me: Awwww, man, totally forgot. ;) bad joke.
Enter "stop" button.
Chris K. Does this work for you?
Am I human? [be nice]
It. was. awesome.
I was the happiest tired ever!