Since April of this year, I have run 126 miles - that's only counting the days when I've run wearing my Nike+ kit for general pace/distance tracking (confirmed later by either my car GPS or my Gmap Pdomoter or Beginner Triathlete.com's route tracker. That's not counting the runs I did without it. That is not counting the 10k I ran during the Oly, my 3-mile race, and my half marathon. That's not counting group training. So I've probably been about 200 miles.
That's not too freakin' bad.
My average pace on solo training runs with the Nike+ kit is 12 minute miles. That's rather embarassing, but considering what I've accomplished since then, and my 10.5 min/mile at my last 5k, I'm not complaining. No more runs this week, but I might to run a 5-mile race tomorrow just to keep me fresh. Oh, that means I also need to find my timing chip, which somehow disappeared after the Oly.
My mom is strongly urging me to scratch Philly. She thinks with school and work and social engagements I have too much going on. I'm starting to think she's right, but I'm so conflicted about the whole thing. I missed my Friday run and today's run. Maybe I won't do Philly. Maybe I'll follow IM Able's go locoal-go local strategy and do Goofy in January to kick off my training season in general.