Today I took my p.e. classes outside and enjoyed some sunshine and beautiful views of the mountains.
One reason I chose to be a p.e. teacher was because I knew I could go outside when the weather was nice, but I didn’t have to go outside when it was cold!!
(Now I’m not so sure that was a very good reason to be a p.e. teacher though. :-?)Alaskans love how close these mountains are to their “backyard!” Some people even live on the side of these mountain–a.k.a. “Hillside.”
Since I didn’t recap my workout yesterday, here’s a recap of my runs from the past two days.
Distance: 7 miles
Time: 58 minutes
This was kind of a tough run. I don’t know why I felt so lethargic, but I wasn’t not feeling speedy at all. It felt a lot longer than 7 miles usually does, but I chugged along and got it done.
Distance: 5 miles
Time: 45 minutes
Once again, I was not feeling this run. I honestly debated cutting it short, but I was enjoying the mild (relative) weather, the chirping birds, and the sunshine on my face TOO much to call is quits early. I couldn’t bear to go back inside and not enjoy the peacefulness of the morning—one of the reasons I run in the morning!
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What was one thing you thought you would enjoy about your job but in reality isn’t a perk?