Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Catch Up

JULY 31ST!!!! How is that even possible?

I've had an interesting few weeks and I have so missed my little blog world! I've been doing a lot of introspective work on what time means for me and how I use it and how I view it and how my attitudes toward time (or lack thereof) create situations that I don't enjoy.

This is something I will definitely continue delving into with more detail to come. I still haven't even begun to work it all out, but what it has meant is that I've had to take a step back for a few weeks to sort of regroup and just breathe.

I have about 5 posts at least of stuff to write including an awesome race report from Musselman and a spectator report from Lake Placid last weekend. It's also time to look back on my #project30days for the month to see how that went and come up with some new ones for the month of August.

And I have a day...

However, I'm choosing to not let that stress me out. I'm taking a deep breath and acknowledging that none of this is urgent and it's all going to be here tomorrow and the next day if I don't get it done today.

Look at me, all enlightened and Zen!! :)

So instead of writing 5 blog posts today, I will just write one or two, but first I'm going to the farmer's market to get some juicy peaches and some local honey and the most amazing canteloupe ever, and I might even get some local salad greens and some eggs and cheese and maybe a cookie that is as big as my face (to share, of course!).

Happy summer, friends! What are you up to today?


  1. I've always got 4 or 5 posts in my head that I need to write, and it is starting to stress me. Good call getting all Zen on it.

  2. No pressure, but I cant wait to read your MusselMan report. I love to hear everyones perspective on different races.

  3. Where has time gone?! I think that is a part of my #summergratitude -- that we are out there soaking up the summer, living it, enjoying every ripe peach, every swim bike and run in the warmth and sun, every weekend... All that time LIVING definitely helps me to feel recharged and more creative! (although I can't wait to read your posts that are promised!)


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