I'm still here. Not happy, but here. We evacuated Saturday evening to higher ground and stayed with friends overnight. When we got back the following day, we had lake front property. The entire street was flowing with water about 2.5 feet deep.
|The view down my street on Sunday at noon.|
Warning: I am about to complain and whine now about things not going my way.
Well my new sneakers came yesterday, and that for me is like Christmas. So I barely dragged myself out of bed this morning to run - since I have been unable to be so since Friday. I figured, best wAy to start back up is with new sneakers. Plus the other running sneakers are in the trunk of my car which is still parked a quarter mile away from my house. I knew there was still some water in the street but that I could get around it if I went through the grass. Guess what! If the street is full of water, so is the grass. I hadn't even started running yet and my feet and my new sneakers were drenched. My run was over before it started. I was not making it up my street on foot.
|Damn puddle wet my sneakers! (and later my flip flops)|
|For the record, I live on a dead end street. Only one way to get off the block...|
|And that way is not runner friendly :(|
I need get out of this funk ASAP. Any tips besides don't go in huge puddles of water in new sneakers? I think I learned that one the