Well, after making yesterday’s wuss-out post this morning, I did not run out and have any Mohawk Valley adventures to write about, so I will make this a Throw Back Thursday, with Non-Sequitur overtones.
This is a picture from last June, but it is similar to what I wore on my feet today. I tore up my toes on the bottom of my sister’s pool yesterday afternoon, so I slathered on some antibiotic ointment and covered them up. I still went running. Um, not with socks like these. I made sure I found a good pair of running socks and wore my best running shoes. But I’m not writing a Running Commentary, so let’s see what else I can throw back to.
Last July I was in rehearsals for The Tempest with LiFT, Little Falls’ Theatre Company. It seems odd not doing Shakespeare this summer, but I don’t know that I could have handled it anyways. As you may have noticed by my continued foolish blog posts, I am not having a good summer. But let me not whine about my petty problems but find another picture in my Media Library (you know how I love my Media Library)
Another good memory of last summer was a delightful lunch Steven and I had with our friends Jim and Phyllis at Gerber’s 1933 Tavern in Utica. What could be better than find times with friends?
The 1933 Tavern made me think of the 1834 Jail in Herkimer, located on the Historic Four Corners. I run by these corners on many of my runs. But, once again, I am not making a Running Commentary post. Happy Thursday, everyone.