(Looks at the clock. . . Feels very confused)
"It's 4:30am, why is my alarm going off? Where am I?" (hits the snooze button. Alarm goes off again at 4:35)
"OMG! I'm supposed to run today!"
That was the first 5 minutes of my morning. Fortunately, I had my running clothes already set out so it didn't require a whole lot of thinking. That's the thing with runners and triathletes (and I suppose other dedicated athletes as well) You just go through the movements of the morning, and before you know it you are outside running. Your body follows the mind, and your mind has to be in the right place or at least somewhat aware of what you are trying to do.
It didn't matter that I had to split the workout into two parts. What mattered was that I listened to my body ("This is too fast, too soon") and broke my workout up into manageable parts. It worked out for Haro too, as she is a maniac without exercise.
The plan for the rest of the day is to do one more workout (another T25 workout from BeachBody) and then maybe hit the bike trainer to stretch out my legs. It's going to be a good day. It may be raining, but it's going to be almost 80 degrees today. That feels like Merry Christmas in the tropics!