Today I was out working in the garden with MissyMiss when a woman who lives a few blocks over walked by. She introduced herself and we started chatting. I noticed she was wearing a RoadRunner shirt, so I asked her if she was a runner. She answered that she was a walker and then asked me if I was a runner (I had just finished a 10-mile run a couple of hours earlier and was still wearing my running outfit).
Can you guess what my response to "Are you a runner?" was? I said "I try to be."
What!?!?!?! Why did I say that? I had just finished an AWESOME 10 mile run. Why do I still struggle with saying that I am a runner. After she left I was kicking myself for doing that, again. Why didn't I say "Yep, I am a runner.". Ugh! I really don't know why I don't give myself the credit I should. Anyone else have this problem???
On an unrelated note, I really enjoyed reading about everyone's hobbies. I was surprised by how many of the chickies both run and sew. :)
On another unrelated note, I watched Paul Blart: Mall Cop last night....it was kinda stupid, a bit predictable, but totally LMAO. If you are in need of a good laugh, but don't want to think too much..watch it. :)