This morning's run of 11 miles didn't inspire confidence in anything but the fact I feel like I'm going back in time. Kona tagged along at a good clip until she got diarreha and vomited around mile nine. It's back to the vet for another round of expensive, useless tests to figure out why she looks like an anorexic German Shepherd mixed with a coyote.
'm waiting to try the Garmin Forerunner 405 myself rather than decide based on the mixed reviews. If I don't like it, I'll grab a Nano after Apple's June WWDC. Still, my problems don't have to do with the technology.
Ever since I promised myself that I'd train to qualify for the Boston Marathon I've been in a training funk. Late rising and poor eating are two culprits, but slower, shorter, fewer runs each week are the real concern. I don't have the spark I once did.
First and formost, I need to run. Daily. No excuses. Do whatever it takes to get that motivation back.