So this morning, he had to go 'interact' with the dogs to prove that he's not a psycho-kujo. He very willingly hopped into the car (oh how quickly he forgets that the car also takes him to the vet).
A few hours after I dropped him off, I picked him back up. All the employees gushed at how lovable he is and how much of a joy he is to be around. Pff! You think he's all cute and cuddly because you don't live with him! Anyway, he turned out to be not-too-crazy-but-just-crazy-enough to pass the evaluation. Yay!
While he was being 'evaluated,' I hopped on over to the gym for a 5 mile chug-a-long on the treadmill before some NROLFW iron pumping. Aside from the closed-captioning not being turned on for the TV, it was pretty good. It's kind of crazy to think my long run will only be 10 miles this week.
What's crazier? THE SAVANNAH MARATHON IS 11 DAYS AWAY!!! On one hand, I feel very ready for it. On the other hand, I'm going through the typical taper withdrawal/freak out.
It might be too early to plan future races, but I'm thinking about running the Croom Zoom 50k with my Dad in January (I ran the 25k 'Fun Run' last year). Yep. You read that right. 50-freaking-k. Am I crazy? Probably. But I think it runs in the family. (speaking of craziness in my family- my dad wrote a race recap from his Oil Creek 100k that I plan on posting a little bit later for your reading pleasure)
What races do you have on the docket?
Is it craziness to even think about a 50k?