Ran a 10k this morning, without any training. I walked some, and sweated like a pig, and this evening I am more tired than I should be. Since the sky is overcast, it doesn't look like there will be fireworks tonight, and I will curl up on the sofa and read.
One of my fitness goals is to be "socially fit," a term I made up a few years ago to mean being able to join my friends for anything they were doing that seemed like it might be fun. I don't want my body to get in the way of interesting experiences or social things. The 10k was this -- a couple of friends were doing it, and I said I'd join them, and a couple more friends joined me.
This coming weekend, at wedding #2 of the season, there's an ultimate frisbee match in the morning before the wedding. That sounds like fun, although I have never played before. In the past I wouldn't go to something like that. I get too self-conscious about the things that I'm not good at, my clumsiness and lack of speed or skill. But this year a buddy is going to give me a quick practice session teaching me how to throw and catch and I'm going to try to show up, and play along. Why not?