The ~2 feet of new snow, combined with sick babies, combined with a wife who is working on all 3 of my days off, is really taking a bite out of my running. By the time I was able to get out (around 7:45pm), it was snowing really hard again and I decided that I would just take the dog for a quick walk and just not worry about running.
As soon as I walked out the door though, I felt invigorated. Even though I was wearing untied shoes, jeans/street clothes and not dressed for running, I just started to run. Soon my glasses fogged and visibility went from poor to really poor and I was just running by feel/memory of the path or just let Sierra guide me. Ended up getting 2 miles in, which was a far cry from my original plan to go break track up Bear Peak, but at least it was SOMETHING and I did feel pretty good afterwards.
I did however get in over 2 hours of shoveling for the day, so that was a good bit of exercise. I would have shoveled for several more hours if possible, I really love it.
Majorly fogged glasses after my run
Rockin the 80's jeans (as Allison likes to tease). My response "80's jeans, I don't get it, they are just jeans". I am in good company, as GZ and Dave M also rock the same 80's jeans. 80's guys at heart I guess.
I stomped out a trench in the back yard for Sierra to use to go to the bathroom, otherwise she was in it to her shoulders.