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Sunday Shuffle #452

I ran 4 miles this morning, my 50th run of the year. I managed to average 8:18 a mile, which is basically my average for the year so far (8:19). So far, I've run once every 2.26 days and averaged 3.48 miles a run. Pretty good.

The rest of my day will be busy with chores both inside and out, getting more schoolwork done, and hopefully squeezing in 2 episodes of Supergirl before they disappear from the CW app. Luckily, it should be a beautiful day and I do have some endorphins going, so I think I'm ready for it.

I hope you enjoy your day and accomplish as much or as little as you want/need to!

1. Feral/Radiohead (12) - last played on 1/12/13
2. The Queen's Approach/The Decemberists (5) - last played on 11/20/14
3. Fangless/Sleater-Kinney (13) - last played on 2/28/16
4. Written Invitation/The Whigs (8) - last played on 2/14/16
5. Demons Are Real/Guided By Voices (10) - last played on 4/21/17
6. The Geese Of Beverly Road/The National (7) - last played on 7/31/16
7. No Pointing Arrows/Heartless Bastards (6) - last played on 2/20/16
8. White Freightliner Blues/Steve Earle (3) - last played on 10/19/14
9. Got Me/She & Him (7) - last played on 6/17/12
10. Guiding Star/Teenage Fanclub (13) - last played on 4/9/17

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