This is how yesterday went:
- 5am “I can’t go out that early, it’s vacation. I can procrastinate! Procrastination is great!” *drink coffee*
- 7am “I can’t go out that early, it’s vacation. I can procrastinate!” *drink more coffee, read running book*
- 8am “I’m usually back by now … I need to relax I’m on vacation” *check the tide times*
- 9am “I’ll run when the tide is down, that will be awesome” *read running blogs, drink more coffee”
- 10am “Why am I getting hungry? How do I deal with this? I can’t eat before I go for a run. No wait I can I just need to make something like energy bars. I wanted to perfect the recipe anyhow.” *mix mix chop chop click click* (If you wonder where the “click” comes from, that’s the photos I took for Paula! Spoiler: they turned out great, now I “just” need to upload it all)
- 11am “I’m hungrier than before, but the energy bars are sweet and I don’t want sweet now.” *switch on the oven”
- 12am “Broccoli is the best veg in the world! I should write a post about broccoli and sweet potatoes and how the caramelize …”
- 1pm “Tide is perfect now, I’m not hungry, but I can’t move”. *read more running books and blogs”
…. I think I fell asleep at this point, so let’s quickly distract ourselves with a panorama from today’s run, where I defeated gravity and played with the waves.
As you can see the tide was not yet quite done with cleaning up the mess (footprints) all the tourists left:
Quite fortunately for some of the structures:
All in all here is what I learned: Get out of the house in the morning! If I don’t run in the morning I go down the death spiral of vacation lazies … bouncing from a state of hunger to sleep to book worm or gamer chick – which it is, depends on the amount of energy I have left … and if I don’t go run in the morning, there doesn’t seem to be much energy.