The second email, though, changed things. The alert was not spam.
But the ad was.
It seems my photo - or photo I should say - from the Woman's Day piece is being used in an ad/testimonial for pure garcinia cambogia - the next big "miracle" for weight loss.
At first I thought it was harmless but the more I thought about it, the more I got agitated. I would hate for someone I know to see my image, even with the wrong name and city, and think I not only used something like this but supported it. I reached out to Woman's Day via Twitter and got a fairly prompt response. The magazine is looking into it as using the photo is basically theft, and I'm hoping it disappears into a cyborg.
2. The Fort Wayne Track Club has been really busting a move lately, and they've been having volunteers snap photos at local races. The photos are posted on the group's Facebook page, making it easy to tag yourself or share images with friends.
They seem to make a real effort to get photos of everyone at the start and finish. I find myself anxiously awaiting them, even if I'm not in them. It makes me proud to see my friends and fellow runners working so hard.
3. I don't want to jinx it but I think I might actually get to put away the tights this weekend. I'm meeting Joe tomorrow morning, with a projected forecast of 48 (plus rain). The weekend long run starts at noon, and the high Sunday is 58. There's a few cold mornings sprinkled through next week but nothing capris + Pro Compression socks can't solve.
What are your three things for the day?