It's a gorgeous day to go out and run but I just went to the chiropractor. Perhaps I'll take the dog out for a nice long walk.
When I go to the chiropractor I wear comfy clothes and usually don't dress up, wear make up or have my hair done up because everything will become wrinkled, smudged, and messed up. Today was no exception... I wore stretch yoga pants and a long sleeved t-shirt from the 2007 Super Run 5k, only because it was fresh out of the dryer and I really didn't care about making a fashion statement -- It was functional. After my chiropractor appointment, I needed a few things at Costco. While I was shopping, there was a guy who kept walking past me a few times, almost like he wanted to say something, but never did. A few people were looking at me but I still couldn't figure out what the deal was. Did a bird poo on me and I didn't notice? Was my underwear showing? What???? Then it occured to me: "They're reading my t-shirt." I really do like collecting all of the funky t-shirts from races, but I ususally wear them for working out at home, yard work, or if they're made of wicking material I might wear them on a training run, but that's it. I don't selectivly decide to wear a race t-shirt as a fashion statement, although I do like some of my race t's more than others. Maggie (Casutic Mussings) has, in the past, creatively re-fashioned some of her t-shirts to make them more wearable and sized for her very fit figure. I've also read that there's a lady who makes quilts from race t's. I don't know if I'd ever put in the effort to re-style a race t, although that is a pretty cool idea. (I supposed I could give it a try once on one of my least favorite T's.) I've also tried my hand at quilting before, but I'm too impatient. I like projects that take a day, perhaps two. I could also leave well enough alone and continue wearing my race t-shirts as I do now.
Yeah, it's a slow news day...