Monday, March 14, 2016
Four Hundred Thirty-One
March 11, 2016
6.60 Miles in 1:00:57
Mood: Wondering why we have to change the clocks.
Soundtrack: The Bill Simmons Podcast / 99% Invisible / The Memory Palace / Twenty-One Pilots "Blurryface"
I will miss the light. In a month or so, it'll be back, but with the coming weekend bringing the change back to daylight savings, I knew this would be the last time that the sun would grace me with it's presence for the entirety of my run for awhile. The fact that it was bright and beautiful almost from the instant I started running made me excited, and I know that the summer is coming and with it even more light and warmth, and I'll even be able to wear shorts. It's just this momentary setback due to a weird thing we do twice a year by intentionally screwing with our internal clocks for no real good reason is a tiny bit of a bummer.
Today's picture comes from about ten minutes into my run. The sun was out, and the path looked pretty, and I stopped just to take a picture of it.
I also ran around Ketring Lake on this morning, and there was a giant wall in a field nearby with what looked like oil drilling occurring right next to the lake. I have no clue what was going on, but it was ugly. I didn't like it.