Time to get serious

Did you have a good weekend?  If you missed my weekend posts, you should check them out.  I’m especially proud of my post on 9/11:

Don’t worry, we aren’t about to forget

Happy Birthday, Jen

From South Carolina to Phoenix by Bike

Here’s the weather forecast for the week…looking good!

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At dinner last night I was complaining to Chris how I felt like a total fraud runner and that I felt like I had been working so hard and wasn’t getting better.  He (wisely) pointed out that the last month I hadn’t really been running very frequently. He also pointed out that I wouldn’t be complaining about sucking at the violin if I had spent the last month sick and injured and barely practicing.  (Well, I probably would be, but I concede his point.  He also told me to stop writing about him on the blog..sorry!)

Where did this girl go??

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It’s time to get serious!  I know where that girl went, but I know where to find her again.  (She hurt her leg, got a nasty cold, and did some other stupid stuff.)

I am not sick any more, I am not injured right now, and I will be running 4 or 5 days this week.  I will be ready to PR at the Rock and Rock Half at the end of October.

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When I lived in Cleveland we used to carpool to play gigs in Canton, which was about 1 to 1 1/2 hours away, depending on how fast people drove.  I would get into the car with my friend Jun and say “Show us the meaning of haste”.  Okay, lame story.  You probably had to be there.  Basically we wanted to get home from rehearsal before it was ridiculously late.  No, really, I suppose you just had to be there.  I crack up every time I hear that quote.

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