Her Wifeliness: “I will go have a splendid time. But not too splendid because I will miss you.”
She makes those around her more noble, more charming, more beautiful and more witty.
My new running shoes are still a little unfriendly to my feet after a second mile run. No doubt they’ll break in at the race a bit more.
I adjusted the lacing this morning to accommodate my wider feet and give upper space to the top of my foot and hopefully my toes (http://katierunsthis.com/2011/10/04/running-shoe-lacing-techniques/):
PROBLEM: Wide Forefoot
From the bottom of the eye row, lace up the sides of the shoe. Once you get to the middle of the shoe (midfoot), start the cross-lacing technique and continue on to the top of the shoe. Tie shoe at the top, as usual. This will give your foot plenty of room to spread or allow your toes to splay while running.
It seemed to adjust the feel nicely.