And strawberry fields, and best friend time, and hills and confidence building and crazy strong hamstrings.
When I commit to an activity
But while I take on my new beast the bike, in preparation for the Aids Life Cycle ride this June my passion for the trail is steady. I do admit that on longer rides at many points when I am in the middle of absolutely nowhere, and I get a glimpse of a trail- my heart skips a beat and I quickly envision my feet on the trail and my body moving nothing but itself.
I am toying with the idea of signing up for my 4th ultra, I love the race director, I LOVED the crowd, the course built my confidence in navigation and endurance skills and running trails makes me turn into a careless 5 year old who loves getting super dirty and chasing butterflies and pointing at nature and talks to strangers.
I know I am running one in October, and I have a handful of races in the near future, but what's a girl to do?
I'm going to have to decide sooner then later, for now, this kid is going to run the trails freely (and add some extra miles for LA Marathon in March) and ride like the wind on my sweet bike.
xOxO- Rad Runner