A super busy day where I spent the majority out of the house led to 20 minutes on the treadmill late at night - 11:25PM, to be precise. I felt great when the day started and throughout the afternoon, but by the time I hit the treadmill rolled around, I felt gross and tired and just wanted to go to bed. I read a bit of a novel on my e-reader when running, which really helped the time go by, but I still felt like hitting the stop button every five minutes. It's in the bag for today, at least, and the streak is still alive.
I went to Starbucks this morning and ordered a Chestnut Praline Latte. Normally, I order a dark brewed coffee. What I ordered today is a little too froofy for my tastes., but I had a coupon code for 25% off and thought, "Why not?" Once I had finished the "drink" (it was more like a dessert.), I thought, "Why?" I checked out its nutritional information: 330 total calories, 120 fat calories and 39g of sugar. All I can say is that it's a good thing I am running around 30 minutes today because it will take just over 20 of those minutes to offset what I has just put into my body.
Today's forecast looked warm, windy and wet, and the weather actually delivered: 13C, 30km/h winds (gusting to over 40km/h) and light rain. The coffee sat like a rock in my stomach. I will not be ordering another one, ever, nor any other coffee beverage with whipped cream. I did fine with shorts, long sleeve shirt and a vest. I wore the vest so that I had a place to stow my phone. I felt a little overdressed at the beginning, but when the rain and wind kicked up, what I wore turned out to be perfect. It also kept the phone dry. I ran The Bridges because I didn't feel like an out-and-back along the river with the wind in my face on the "out" leg. I still got pummeled from the west as I crossed each bridge.
I needed my phone for Mission 5 of Zombies, Run! I will need to decide what to do in the near future because there is a five-day delay before downloading each new mission. If I want to do a mission every day or every other day, I will need a paid subscription.