Friday, August 22, 2008

Have You?

Have you watched it yet?

What?! Why not?!

Go right now. No, really; right now.

You have no excuse for not seeing Emma Snowsill be awesome.

Quick updates:

I just got back from driving from Boston to Phoenix in four days, and my SI joint is acting up. Hope (hope!) it's just tight muscles (again), not something stupid (like a bulging disc). But holy sacroiliac, Batman; my ass hurts.

There were supposed to be two races this weekend. One was cancelled; one is sold out. So I was planning to race twice this weekend. And instead I won't be racing at all. Not that my ass wants to, probably. Le sigh.

I'm starting to feel restless and burned out. Working 80 hours a week at a gym will do that. And driving across the country to help one of your best friends set out on a new adventure doesn't help. I'm starting to look around, think, "Hmm, wonder if I could live there?" So any suggestions for where I should be living next?

Look for the next "Runner's High" article later this weekend. We've got some catching up to do!


  1. We have a great tris here in Wisconsin!! Too Cold???

    I have a race tomorrow with my new Zoot Synergy wetsuit. Lake Michigan here I come! :)

  2. Get your butt to Cali Girl....

    I would suggest Connecticut but New England is uptight for one and the winters...well let me put it this way, half a year's salary goes to OPEC.

  3. Welcome back!

    I DO have an excuse for not seeing Emma Snowsill rock the triathlon. It's a good one. NBC SUCKS! They never broadcast the triathlon, and the online coverage is for Windows Media Player. I HAVE A MAC!!! Fuck you, NBC! Fuck you so hard!

    Hope le butt feels better! Try working less. I think 80 hours is illegal.

    I have to second Bobby on that one. Move back to CA. Or HI. Somewhere without weather at least.

  4. I agree, haven't you heard that all work and no play thing? Seriously, I would like to invite you to come visit us here in the Black Hills. It is gorgeous, a little known secret and great biking! We have the Mickelson trail which is over 100 miles of biking heaven! Come visit you might just want to stay. And then I could go to your spinning classes for reals!!!! :-)

  5. Come back east. The triathlon scene is great up here...