Up to 10 inches of snow will blanket the metro Washington area by tomorrow evening. I didn't get to work out today (free weights and 3-mile easy run) because of work, but I hope to tomorrow. Somehow, some way.
I'm also supposed to do some reporting tomorrow morning, but if the winter storm hits pretty hard, then that's out the window. Which is not good. I've also got a party to attend tomorrow night. Thankfully, it'll be at a friend's place only 2 blocks from a Metro station.
Just checked the temperature in Las Vegas, where I'll run a half-marathon a week from Sunday. The skies are clear and temps are in the upper 60's. Now that's more like it.
Running High: So a number of my non-running friends think I've become a running fanatic. Just because I run 3-4 times a week - logging a fairly low 20-25 miles in that time - and "compete" (and I use that term loosely) in races.
As y'all know, that ain't nothin'.
Many runners routinely run 50 miles a week or more, plan their work, family and social life around hitting the pavement and trails, and spend a not insignificant amount of their disposable income on running gear.
Not that I aspire to that.
Moving to the competition: Blogger has been great for newbie bloggers like me, but now I'd like to do more with my site (add photo albums, graphics, and have a cleaner design), so I'm thinking of signing up with Typepad. Anyone want to weigh in on Typepad's pros and cons?