That's right, today I learned that when it's 32 degrees outside, you shouldn't put your Honey Stinger Waffle in the pocket of your handheld, because between the coldness of the air, and the coldness of the water bottle, the darn thing will freeze.
So that's #1 that I learned today: Don't let your fuel source freeze while you're running in the woods!
Thing #2 that I learned today: When you put your gloves and your buff in the pockets of your running jacket, people will do a double take as they pass you, because it looks as if you have an extra set of boobs. (Or, in my case, a set of boobs) Granted, it also looks as if your boobs are around your waist, but they're pretty darn perky for being so low!
Thing #3 that I learned today: Never, ever run without your phone, because if you do, when you get home and start blogging about frozen waffles and glove-boobs, you will have no photographic evidence. *sigh*
Thing #4 that I learned today? This one's a big one. I am so glad that I'm not famous. Holy moly.
Picture this, if you will. (Or don't, if you scare easily.) Out of shape 35 year old woman with glove boobs trying to run up a hill while eating a frozen waffle. Then add to that mental picture the fact that her nose is all stuffed up/snotty due to the freezing cold, so she can't actually BREATHE while running up said hill (because she's trying to chew), and then, boom. It happens. Snot bubble.
Now do you understand why I don't want paparazzi following me around? I mean, really. It's bad enough that I'm sitting here typing this, but can you imagine if there were photographic evidence? Has there ever been a snot bubble on the cover of People magazine? Would US Weekly be calling? I just can't imagine.
Fortunately for me, you have to (if you're in to that kind of thing), because there's not actually any evidence that any of this really happened.
Maybe I just stayed home today and watched the series finale of Psych. Who knows.
Was your run paparazzi worthy today? If not, want to be my running partner? It's snot so bad, you know. ;-)