Thursday, March 11, 2010

3 Things Thursday

1) I cleaned out the coat closet and found 3 full bags of stuff that we're dying to give away w/o even trying. That said, the coat closet looks really nice right now.

2) I've had a terrible running week. Every time I try to go out my entire body feels weak. Like, if all the mitochondria in my skeletal muscular cells just quit producing ATP, this is what I would feel like. (sorry, always trying to use what I know so it stays in my brain) I can't figure out if I'm lazy & not running through to hit the sweet spot, or if I'm fighting a little bug, or if it's just a place in my cycle (training and otherwise) where I'm needing some down time, or if I'm off running all together because it hates me, or what? I just know that the GODS seem to be against me and all things running. I'm really, REALLY, afraid I'm not going to make the 10K distance in 2 weeks. This is impossible to imagine on one hand, and totally realistic on the other. Why am I attempting to race a 10K, one that I'm really fond of, when I am completely untrained and my body hurts whenever I try to train? AND all that said, I'm going to stop writing about my ____ injury. It's gotten too much press time. For 4 months it's all I've had to write about. Surely, now, I can find something more interesting to blog about.... I can.... My blog might be filled with some holes for the next few weeks while I come up with new material.

3) I would like to give a SHOUT OUT to CHELE at FURRY DEVIANTS for saving a man's life yesterday. Yup. That's what I said. So how many people do you know (who aren't EMT's) who can say that? Well, I'm sure she's still in shock from it all, and I'm sure she could use a hug, so drop over if you have 5 minutes and read about how great she is and make sure she knows that she's great. I grew up with Chele, and I always knew she could do amazing things, and here's the proof SHE needed to believe.

4 comments:

TMB @ RACING WITH BABES said...

you could always write about your totally awesome best friend and how she got you the sweetest socks ever that are still waiting for you ...

Anne said...

Injuries are part of the whole journey...that's the reality and it's A-OK to talk about it :) ...but I'm sure there are lots of cool things you can also tell us about...like getting hit on my butchy lesbians ;)

Mel -Tall Mom on the Run said...

I cant imagine what it would feel like to save someones life. CRAZY!!

Hope you find your grove soon

Staci Dombroski said...

That is amazing that they saved somebody's life! I hate injuries!!!