Sure, it looked like it might rain but I only needed thirty minutes.  I loaded up my playlist, turned on the sensor, and plugged in my headphones.  At least it wasn’t cold.  I pushed the pace, sensing the rain might return before I was done.  But I wasn’t prepared for the skies to open up.  Big, fat raindrops that felt supercharged with moisture.  Rain dripped off my hair, now curly and soggy.  I toyed with taking off my wet gloves but where would I put them?  Better to just press on and hope there was a towel in the car.