But there's always something about passing that halfway point that's satisfying. I'm well past the halfway point on the Fruit Loopy Shawl, it's starting to get narrower on the other end, and I just hope that I have enough yarn. I removed a short row section on either side of the middle point, so hopefully I'm safe. I'm not quite sure what I would do if I reached the end of my yarn with a row or more to go. I just won't think about it.
Being more than halfway through my training program has pluses and minuses. On the plus side, I've developed the habit of running every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday. On the minus side, the miles are starting to rack up and it's taking longer and longer chunks out of each of those days. I've also been experimenting with listening to things other than music while running, because while pop songs are great to help me power through a couple of miles, I find that the humor of 'Wait, Wait, Don't Tell Me' podcasts is a more helpful distraction from running for over an hour.
I'm also halfway through my word count towards my daily goal for NaNoWriMo. Which means I still have about 800 words to go, so, um, I gotta go! Bye!
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