You signed up for a run? Cool! Which one? The ENR?
Ha ha... I did! :)It's the CK Charity Run - in Klang. 5.5 KM only, but quite a big thing for me.
haha very cool! I wish i could run. But, alas, not in the cards for me.
LOL. I hated running when I was in school. Still not a fan, hence why I said it was impulsive.
You did sign up for a 5.5k run? Good luck with that :)
I did. And yes, I'm equally surprised myself. Thanks :)
Yeah I only run when I am being chased, good luck with it though.
Ha ha. Yeah, it's most definitely necessary for situations like that. Thanks
I love running
Cool. Hopefully I will too, someday.
why don't you come to Sydney in August and sign up for the City to Surf?
my aunt is going for that :p
I'll how this one goes first. City to Surf sounds pretty good, though. :)
it is addictive...this run. i started off with a 10km and ended up signing up and running 10 races that one year :phave fun :)
Oh, that surely does sound addictive. I'll let you all know how it goes.
I used to run but now I prefer to Zumba... only when I can lift my lazy bum out of my seat! :)
They have zumba at the gym I go to... never dared tried it before due to a severe lack of coordination :D
Glad your computer is working okay again. Which run did you sign up for?
Actually, it isn't working properly yet, but I couldn't keep too silent for too long. It's a 5.5km run in my town. They're opening it to about 2000 people or so.
I believe seeing me run inspired the making of this film...http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0425413/Good luck with your run Terra.
Just saw the trailer. *Faints at the shorts* Thanks :)
Best of luck with the run. And the poetry;)
Ha ha. Thanks.
Ha! Good for you!
I guess. It's worrying, though.
I used to run for fun.... until I almost dropped dead from exhaustion (you can take that literally). So now I'm taking it slow and appreciate my car a bit more :)
LOL. I feel like I'm going to drop dead from exhaustion half way through my practice sessions. Thanks for dropping by :)
I wasn't kidding about the dropping dead, so how come you're LOLLING me? ;) Anyway, I was getting a haircut the other day and my 19-year-old hairdresser told me she and her hair-happy colleagues had to do a bit of biking the week before. It was for some good cause. So I asked her how it went, and she said almost all of them had nearly died. Can you imagine... twenty-year-olds finding it hard to do a bit of biking? That's so funny. Good thing they didn't have to run.
There are worse things to be obsessed with. For example, I think I am obsessed with not running. Have fun!
That's a good one! Thank you.