And they’re like
“You’re a legitimately good human being with intrinsic value”
I’m a legitimately good human being with intrinsic value
I could teach you
But lessons gained through your own life’s tribulations are more likely to cement within the subconscious mind and therefore manifest in your actions with other human beings
Today’s run recap comes in 3 parts:
Now, as promised to myself, an afternoon of Ender’s Game and pantslessness - well earned.
I’ll go QWOP 11 miles.
I’m really not happy about it. Like at all.
I don’t want to say that there is a positive correlation between productivity and not having technology at my fingertips every second. I don’t want to say that. But I almost finished a book I started yesterday and I got to bed at a reasonable hour and I woke up and ran scheduled miles and actually did work at work today. But still. Not the point.
Also I feel like this:
A blogger with no phone or laptop is like a pioneer woman without her giant wheelbarrow or bonnet. I’m sure that’s how the saying goes.
Last night I dreamt that in Chicago, a group of Tumblrs created “Club Tumblr” - an elite group of Tumblrs at a bar/restaurant. At the club there was Anna, Claire, Brenna, Smit, Moxy, JBizzle, Danielle, KC, Pharmkitten, Shortmom, Rindy and Beachy. They wouldn’t let me into the club, and everyone…
I ran three miles this morning, all the while recalling Club Tumblr and feeling nostalgic about throwing pancakes at Brooke.