Singaporeans love rules. More specifically, they love to follow rules. I think they also like to make rules, possibly just so they can follow them. Let me share a few signs I spotted the other day in a restroom:
In other news, KMN and I did 5.2 miles at MacRitchie Reservoir this morning. All five-point-two of them were AWESOME! First of all, I wore socks of the proper height (see here if you’re confused). Secondly, the weather was a bit overcast, which helped keep the temperature down. Good thing, because we didn’t actually get out of the house until after 8AM. [Too many late nights of lawyering – KMN, and blogging/websiting/coaching – Me.] Thirdly, my IT bands were feeling good. Five miles is pretty much my long run these days, but I’m feeling very optimistic about continuing to build and thankful for every ouch-free run. I count that as one day closer to some hard(er) core run training.
Upon returning home, we rehydrated and got cleaned up, then promptly left the house for the rest of the day. I don’t spend 12 hour days out of the house so often these days, and I’m beat (plus, it’s 2 AM here!) So I’m going to bed. And tomorrow, I will tell you all about KMN’s post-run science project. Hehehe… 🙂
Seen any funny signs lately? Do share.
[Other things you should share? This blog, if you know someone else who might enjoy it. Thanks!]