When my alarm went off this morning, I checked the weather first.
Thankfully, I committed to my friend that I would meet her this morning. Otherwise, I would have gone back to bed.
I made sure to wear lots of layers: 2 pair pants, 2 pair socks, 3 layers on top, a hat and something to cover my nose and mouth.
I was definitely warm enough. Two adjustments for the next snow storm will be a cap to keep the snow out of my face and non-cotton gloves because once I started sweating, my hands were freezing.
In the end I ran 4 miles and it was tough. Snow reminds me of running on sand (though sand makes an even tougher run). I felt tense and out of breath almost the whole time.
Now, that I’m home and showered, I feel proud of myself and thankful for my run friend for running with me.