Instead of averaging 23.2 miles per week (or 3.3 miles per day), it has been 3, 24, 18 and 16 miles for a 15.25 weekly average in November. However, that first week was before I enacted the new plan. Discounting that week, it has been 19.33 miles per week -- still short no matter which way you count it.
Thanksgiving was a success. Other than that, November was not a great month. It seems I've been fighting off a cold every other week. The weather has conspired against me. The beers have been too tasty. The whiskey has kept me too warm. It has been too easy to just say no to
I don't feel like suiting up. I do feel lame.
There are 31 days left. Running 3.75 miles per day will get me to 1,000 for the year.
1,000 Tracker: 116 miles to go.
Fall Tracker: The best way not to fall during a run is to not run.
A Recap of Viper's Thanksgiving Day Running and Beveraging Plan:
- Ran 5.7 miles
- Showered and groomed, maintaining lout-nicity
- Ate an English muffin with jam, but forewent the breakfast beer due to time constraints and pesky laws prohibiting drinking alcohol while driving
- Enjoyed a glass of Metaxa and Christmas Ales with some appetizers; a glass of Johnnie Walker Red Label just before feasting
- Killed some bird, stuffing, mashed taters, green bean casserole, candied yams, Brussels sprouts, cranberry and apple Jell-O, and a slice each of pecan and pumpkin pie; along with a glass of Pinot Grigio with dinner, another glass of Johnnie Walker with the pecan pie, and another Christmas Ale with the pumpkin pie
- More Christmas Ale was the digestive agent with slumped-in-chair conversating, until ...
- An early bedtime