Emily came in our room around 4:30am. She climbed in between us and proceeded to try and spread the sheet out for what felt like 20 minutes. When it finally seemed like she had adjusted it to her liking, she got up and left 10 seconds later. I couldn't get back to sleep, so I got up to run. I signed up for one of those challenges on Strava where you are supposed to be active for at least 15 minutes a day, 5 days a week for four weeks. Let's see how it goes.
My legs were a little sore from Saturday. But it was the good sore. So I decided to just do one loop. I also decided to not stretch out. It was approaching 6am and it was pretty much light enough out to be able to see real good despite the sun not breaking the horizon yet. I saw a lady walking her dog on Adobe but I didn't catch up to her before turning on to the Floodway path. When I got to Brown I was treated to another beautiful sunrise. There was scattered clouds throughout the sky and the sky turned maroon and pink.
Heading back I was thinking about how I hadn't seen anyone other than the dog walker. Yes, I was only doing one loop, but it was light out, and I would've expected for more people to be out. When I got to Adobe I did see two other runners heading west down Adobe. The blonde girl looked real familiar. I've probably seen her on Strava or something. But now that Strava has disabled Flybys, I won't know for sure.