"You've Got Mail"
A box! Ooooo... Just what I always wanted. It's an all-in-one tent, storage compartment, hiding place, building block, cave for action figures or a house for barbies, reusable shipping material, and holder for crazy amounts of cupcakes! Be jealous!!
But I'm sure you're much less excited about the box as I am, so while I marvel at the wonder that is basic brown geometry with my two year old imagination, you can marvel at my new Sigvaris Athletic Performance Socks compliments of Socksforathletes.com.
Now let me just let you that the second picture took quite an effort. These socks are a BEAST to get on even compared to the CEP Compression Calf Sleeves. Then I had just about the most awkward photo op in my kitchen trying to take the photo from my flip phone camera; holding the camera out and bending at the hip to try and see the screen. I was surprised my roommate didn't just walk in the door right at that moment. I need a full size mirror!
But yes, this means I will have another review coming soon. I obviously need to test them out on both short and long runs before I can write anything. If you have any questions about them or suggestions on how to test them or what to focus on, I'm all ears!
Since I've spoken of my roommate multiple times already in this post, I thought I'd share something I've started to do for him.
This was a note I left my roommate on our fridge white board to let him know where I was going to run and what time I expect to be back.
He was the first person to voice his concern for my safety when I go out running and cycling all over town since I don't typically carry my phone or any form of ID. So now I make sure to let him know where I am going when he's not out of town. That way he knows where to go search for me if I don't come back in a reasonable amount of time. He very much appreciates it.
Questions1. Do you get excited when you get packages? or have you out grown that?
2. Do you have any questions about he Sigvaris socks or suggestions for what to touch on in my review?
I'll be taking suggestions for at least a couple weeks, so feel free to come back to me later if you don't have anything right now.
3. When you go outdoors to train, do you let anyone know where you're going to be?
I was surprised to hear from multiple people that they never even considered carrying ID or similar items (phone, a note for the EMT). I wish I could get a Road ID. I think those things are incredibly useful for frequent outdoor athletes!
Stay fit. Stay healthy.