Friday, December 26, 2008

We now continue our regularly scheduled program..

Sorry for the pause in broadcasting. Sometimes life gets crazy enough that you just have to take a step back from everything you are doing..and trim the fat...temporarily. For me..trimming the fat was not blogging amongst some other things. No worries.. I still read your blogs. But I honestly couldn't come up with anything decent to say for my own. It would have gone like this..

Its snowing..I'm depressed..I haven't really trained for my marathon thats coming up..good bye!

See...aren't you glad I spared you that?

Rotations are going well. My life is somewhat back to normal since losing my Dad. Its kinda weird..but at first I couldn't picture life without him..and now it's almost hard to picture what it was like when he was here. There is a countdown until I graduate in August...but wanna know a secret?? shhhhhhh...don't tell ANYONE....but I'm already looking for doctorate programs!! EEEEEEEK! I know...I know...but I'm just starting to look...innocent looking I promise!

Also I joined an awesome gym called Urban Active. ( I'm pretty obsessed with it and it's gotten me some greatttttt workouts... unfortunately though I haven't ran more than 6 miles in a LONG time. I may be ditching that full marathon in January after all...but we thought maybe we could run the half as bandits??? what do you think??

Missed you all :)


Anonymous said...

Glad things are getting better. A doctorate program! What would you go for? If you want to get it, I say go now, before life gets more complicated (kids, house, etc).

Hope you have a wonderful New Year.

i am Susan said...

I am soooo glad that you are back.

Dr. Moore...that would be cool!! I agree with D10 that if you want to do it then you should do it now cause studying with kids around is tough.

I think you should still do the Marathon in have 6 hrs and 30 minutes to complete it and it would be a lot of fun.

Anonymous said...

If you are not feeling prepared for the full, go for the half! you will have a lot of fun, and it will take the pressure off. you have been through extraordinary circumstances and do not need to prove anything at this point. Nor do you need to risk an injury. Keep taking care of yourself and you will be ready for the next one.

Holly (your cuz) said...

Hi Roomie! I always enjoy reading your blog... Let me know what you decide about the marathon!

rinus said...

Good luck whit the marathon and training and a happy new year.

Danielle Runs said...

you better run/walk/limp/crawl the full or we are no longer twins...yes i said it!! ;)

just call my cell and ill come carry you across that finish line if needed. i can't do this alone!!!

we did the ATL marathon... everythign flat is now a joke... you know this!!!!!