I really didn't think I could run for three minutes, and I was hoping the rain wouldn't stop and then I could put it off until tomorrow. Then the sun came out and I really didn't have an excuse. Laura said no matter how tired you are it is very important that you don't stop, and she said it as if it was just true and so I didn't, but my calves were saying, we can't do this and I could feel every pound of my poor sugar coated flesh thumping up and down on my bones and I was trying not to do the bouncing over the hedge thing. Then suddenly it was time to walk again, and although walking had suddenly become as hard as running, I had done it - I had run for three minutes. Then when she told me to I did it again. Boy did I feel it today in my legs, but I felt good too. Run 2 tomorrow (as long as it doesn't rain ).
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