Sunday. 12.9.12 12:49 am
Blue t-shirt, bright pink shorts, and a pair of white running shoes. Hair up, pinned
back, not caring about how I look. Off I go; down Rochester, a right onto Veteran
and my run begins.
The run up Veteran is the hardest part, an uphill climb following the veteranís
cemetery. A little creepy at times, but I try not to think about it. All I think about
is in through the nose, out through the mouth. My lungs and muscles get enough
oxygen. I continue to run.
I reach Sunset. The signature school sign indicates that I am going the right way.
At this point, just about a third of the way done with my run. The terrain
softens, no more uphill climb. A nice descending run, past the school of
management I go. Thoughts start to flood my brain. What will I do after? What do I
have to do tomorrow? What do I want to eat? How do I feel? My brain works
through these questions, maintaining a steady pace and breathing patterns.
I hit Hillgard. I know I am almost done. A rollercoaster of a street, it is called
Hillgard for a reason. By now, my brain is empty of all thoughts, all my problems
solved and cleared. I pass the W Hotel, hit Lindbrook and I am almost back on
Gayley. Just a couple more blocks until I reach home.
The large intersection on Wilshire is crossed, dodging the never ending speeding
cars, always in a rush. I keep going, just a little more, my apartment is already in
sight. I run pass it and stop in front of the lobby doors. I made it. My body is
refreshed, and my mind is clear. Running, leaving the problems behind.
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