“Yuck. There’s that salt taste again. Nothing like knowing for sure you’re eating crap kicked up by the cars that drive by.
“I’m so sick of winter running. It’s so much more of a hassle. It’ll be nice to plan a training schedule without having to worry about whether there’ll be a snowstorm the day I want to do a long run. I’m tired of worrying about the lazy jerks who don’t shovel their sidewalks. It’ll be great to be able to run anywhere, on trails or side streets, instead of always using wide busy roads, just because they’re plowed and the traffic melts the snow quicker.
“I hate being bundled up all the time. I can’t wait until I can run in shorts and a singlet again. Even when I’m all bundled up, the cold air makes it harder to run as fast. And I turn into a snot factory. I’m always hacking pleghm out of my throat. Yuck.
“Once it warms up, it’ll be easier to keep up with housework. Without all these the winter clothes, I can go back to doing laundry once a week. My floors won’t be as gritty once I’m not tracking wet sand in from the roads after every run.
“Oh well. Soon enough, I’ll be able to go for a run without worrying about whether my water will freeze.”