Luckily for Lily and I Coach was in a good mood that day and responded kindly to my panicked text at 7.29. A few people have suggested that Lily should have her own alarm, she does but on that evening I told her not to worry, and with all sorts of authority I said, don't worry, I've got this. Bwa ha ha. She no longer trusts me.
Today was another early day and I didn't go to bed early because apparently I run much better when I am sucking fumes and not at all well rested, so I slid into bed past midnight and crawled out when the alarm went off at 4.50. Yeehaw.
|See the sky? It's pitch freaking black. even that suit can't brighten the sky.|
And still she smiles. It's not yet 6.00am.
|It's early, early, early|
|She had been swimming for at least 30 minutes when I took this one.|
One mum actually threw a towel onto a table and curled up and went to sleep.
Miami, it's a really classy place!