I have been debating whether it was worth keeping this blog going. I am busy, I don't race or train like my old normal, so there are no fancy race reports. It takes time to write and most of the time I think who really cares. But just when I think about shutting it down, I get a message from someone about what they've read and it helps them or motivates them and weirdly enough that has happened twice just this week. Its also a nice distraction from what I really should be doing like setting up online bill pay to make my life easier, or stretching and foam rolling like I preach a million times a day. I started this blog years ago for the athletes I coached, the injured athletes I work with or any mom or person trying to balance family, work, training and racing (pick your order of importance). A lot of the posts turned into actual stories that became part of a book I was so lucky to be a part of contributing to. And, we still get messages from people across the country who have read the book. Maybe some of this lately will turn into another book down the road. There's definite potential for a sequel.
but have driven past the turn to my subdivision more than once lately, and most days forget at least 1 thing I am supposed to take with me when i leave the house.
I must try to catch some, because fit cyclists on their bike in spandex leaves you with a good visual for the day.
My randomness must be driving Jenny crazy when it comes to writing workouts. But have stressed I have no big triathlon agenda. I have more than once signed up for races last minute to include attempting an xterra that was epic failure because I crashed so hard descending the bars jarred loose and i looked like I was run over by a car. But I loved it and want to do it again.
I miss the mountains from home, but this was a very fun day in the city.
I'm finding randomness is ok. I am still working out, but having a lot of fun too. Not having my summer focus on getting myself ready for Vegas or a World Champs leaves more time for fun.