Yesterday was a good day for me because I got the opportunity to burn some of the calories from the Thanksgiving holiday. My Thanksgiving holiday was merely about shopping, cooking, and eating some tasty foods, which I was fortunate for, although I had a long list to be thankful for. The reality hit me the day after Thanksgiving which pushed me to do something more healthful; I decided to go out for a run. I knew it was going to be a cold day, so I looked through the window to explore the parking lot, and I realize that it was raining heavily. I also noticed that non of the living objects were out, so I immediately made my mind to go for a run. If you knew me, you would tell that I would do things that not many people do, such as running when it is insanely cold. I put on my running gear: long-sleeve shirt, shorts, leggings, socks, shoes, running belt, and running jacket. I took my ID, a credit card, and one energy gel in my running belt, in case I would need them for emergencies. Once I left home, I started running with a goal to finish three miles which might not be enough to burn all the calories from Thanksgiving, but it was not too bad at all. Throughout my run, I saw four people on the street: two bikers and two runners. I did not feel cold at the beginning because I was not wet enough from the rain and my body did not lose its heat yet to the environment. Whatever the reason was, I was excited to run in this crazy weather.
With all the excitement I experienced, my legs took me to the end of a path where an international airport was located, and that was my finish line. At the finish line, I kept looking at the planes landing and taking off; something fascinating about these huge “birds.” It could be their size, sound, or the science behind flying. I stopped there for a few minutes and started recording some of the aircraft taking off. In less than a minute, a plane appeared from the fog and made its way up to the sky and disappeared above the clouds.
While I ran back home, I felt heavy not because of the weight I put from Thanksgiving but because I was soaked in water. This ran was my longest run in a while and hope to run further soon.