This week I: accidentally wore a shirt inside out for hours without noticing. Lost 1/2 of my favorite pair of vintage earrings. Lost my kleen canteen *with* a homemade protein smoothie in it. Took a physics/math midterm. And had my heart broken by the incessant, unending stream of news from Las Vegas. Coping strategies include: Therapy. Running (15 miles and counting). Eating lunch in a park while listening to podcasts. – from Instagram

This week I: accidentally wore a shirt inside out for hours without noticing. Lost 1/2 of my favorite pair of vintage earrings. Lost my kleen canteen *with* a homemade protein smoothie in it. Took a physics/math midterm. And had my heart broken by the incessant, unending stream of news from Las Vegas. Coping strategies include: Therapy. Running (15 miles and counting). Eating lunch in a park while listening to podcasts. - from Instagram

This week I: accidentally wore a shirt inside out for hours without noticing. Lost 1/2 of my favorite pair of vintage earrings. Lost my kleen canteen *with* a homemade protein smoothie in it. Took a physics/math midterm. And had my heart broken by the incessant, unending stream of news from Las Vegas. Coping strategies include: Therapy. Running (15 miles and counting). Eating lunch in a park while listening to podcasts. – from Instagram

Went on a 6 mile run at lunch today along the waterfront. It’s fleet week so the sidewalks were peppered with military personnel in uniform, fellow runners, and plenty of tourists. City running is a weird thing to adapt to. I tripped and skinned my knees on Friday while running at lunch and had to stop and get bandaids and I’m constantly having to dodge pedestrians walking slow. But by far the strangest thing to adapt to is stoplights. I’ve decided to treat city blocks as sprint training and have been able to hit some of my fastest ever mile times. #running #sanfrancisco #halfmarathontraining – from Instagram

Went on a 6 mile run at lunch today along the waterfront. It’s fleet week so the sidewalks were peppered with military personnel in uniform, fellow runners, and plenty of tourists. City running is a weird thing to adapt to. I tripped and skinned my knees on Friday while running at lunch and had to stop and get bandaids  and I’m constantly having to dodge pedestrians walking slow. But by far the strangest thing to adapt to is stoplights. I’ve decided to treat city blocks as sprint training and have been able to hit some of my fastest ever mile times. #running #sanfrancisco #halfmarathontraining - from Instagram

Went on a 6 mile run at lunch today along the waterfront. It’s fleet week so the sidewalks were peppered with military personnel in uniform, fellow runners, and plenty of tourists. City running is a weird thing to adapt to. I tripped and skinned my knees on Friday while running at lunch and had to stop and get bandaids and I’m constantly having to dodge pedestrians walking slow. But by far the strangest thing to adapt to is stoplights. I’ve decided to treat city blocks as sprint training and have been able to hit some of my fastest ever mile times. #running #sanfrancisco #halfmarathontraining – from Instagram

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