Friday, May 1, 2009

New Shoes

Tomorrow is the first race in a long time that I have known several weeks ahead of time exactly which shoes I was going to wear on race day. It's really a shame that I just found out tonight that these shoes are nowhere to be found in the car. I think I left them in the parking lot of a grocery store in Ashland, OR two days ago. Luckily I have another pair of the same model, just slightly more used. It's all good. But who the hell loses their shoes the day before a race they've been preparing toward for 2 months. Kind of funny. And really boneheaded.

Check my twitter link in the sidebar. I'll probably update it shortly after I finish tomorrow. Hope you all sleep better than I will tonight.

6 comments:

C.J. Hitz said...

Go out and grab it Geoff! Enjoy the moment with the abilities God has given you. Carpe Diem!

Bob - BlogMYruns.com said...

those poor second pair of shoes are going to get pounded this weekend -lol

Have a great race Geoff!

Anonymous said...

classic- totally something that I would do :)
with all that happens to you in grocery store parking lots- lending cell phones to gangsters, feeding cats, talking with hoardes of alaska license plate groupies- its kind of understandable that you get distracted...talk to you soon --go get em
n

Derrick said...

Sorry to read your twitter update.

Lots of other great races to look forward to.

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