September 16th, 2009

Music

Woo!

When I get to the bottom, I go back to the

top of the slide
12(75.0%)
start of the ride
1(6.2%)
ways of apartheid
3(18.8%)

Where I stop and I turn and I

jump down the slide
1(6.2%)
go for a ride
11(68.8%)
shout with pride
1(6.2%)
3(18.8%)

Till I get to the bottom and I

see you again
10(62.5%)
do it again
5(31.2%)
push for the sun
1(6.2%)

Yeah yeah yeah

ho
3(18.8%)
huh
2(12.5%)
hey
8(50.0%)
3(18.8%)

Do you, don't you want me to

hate you
2(12.5%)
play you
0(0.0%)
love you
9(56.2%)
smother you
0(0.0%)
5(31.2%)

I'm coming down fast but I'm

smiles about you
0(0.0%)
miles above you
14(87.5%)
running from you
2(12.5%)

Tell me tell me tell me come on tell me

sweet dancer
0(0.0%)
your cancer
3(18.8%)
the answer
13(81.2%)

Well you may be a lover but you ain't

my answer
2(12.5%)
no dancer
12(75.0%)
my cancer
2(12.5%)

Now!

helter skelter
5(31.2%)
helter skelter
2(12.5%)
  • Current Mood
    silly silly
Cthulhu Joyce

When they both end the same, who is to say?

When they both end the same way, who is to say.

Completed a 5k without stopping today, which was nifty. It wasn't like a race-worthy pace by any means but I discovered something:

I feel better, elated in fact, when I run slower. Such as, I can run a nine minute miles, sustain it for a mile or so[stop snickering]; but, if I run an 11 or 12 minute mile, I can sustain it for 5 miles or more.

In fact, I did that two days ago and turned an intended 3 mile run into 6 miles because I felt so awesome. I was even signing along with my music on the way home. Rammstein. And playing Air Drums.

Yeah. I was that guy.
Must be the secret to running.
Or is it just my vibrams and obsession with Christopher McDougall?
  • Current Mood
    accomplished sweaty