Jason (jcreed) wrote,

I tried doing the random distance run this year. The idea, for those of you not familiar with it, is they roll one die, and you have to run that many laps (i.e. that many quarter miles) and then they roll another die once the first few among the crowd get close to finishing that much, and you run that many laps. The first roll was a 4, and I was like, okay, maybe I can run a mile without collapsing, and I did. And then the second roll was a 5, and I bailed. I'm really impressed that everyone else I knew there actually finished at all, and some of them even placed pretty well.

Before that, did some music again, and although there were some rough spots on songs I was less familiar with, "angel eyes" and "such great heights" are sounding very good.
Tags: music, running

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