Crisp, fall weather today. The high point of my day today was the long run I took along Top of the World Drive. I ran in the shadow of the mountain for the first 6 miles or so, then came out into the sunshine, still feeling strong.
I really had to pee, though. Sara told me that, the other day when she was running with the cross country team, one of the girls had to pee and just went and knocked on a door.
Wow! Did the person let her in?
No, they just closed the door in her face.
Some people are just bolder than others.
The low point of my day was in the ladies' locker room at the rec center, where I changed after running. I have never really noticed this before, but my left boob is hideous when it's cold! The circulation isn't great, because the mastectomy side is a thin layer of living tissue stretched over a water balloon. It looks purple and splotchy, like hands do when they are cold and chapped. You can see the exact line of the implant.