I may never write my race report. I hate to be the one to tell the three of you that. I actually did write chapter 1 which was 4 pages just for the swim. That was about two weeks after the race. Then I fell into a depression and haven’t written anything since. I really don’t feel like writing it. The thing is, I really should. My first 70.3 race report was so valuable to me when I redid the same race a year later. Re-reading it helped me remember nuances about the course that I never would have otherwise. Of course, I have no idea if I’ll ever do another Ironman, and it sure as hell won’t be in Ocala if I do. LMAO. At any rate, right now, I don’t feel like writing a race report.
I will fill you in on how I’ve been. I’ve been all over the place emotionally. I’ve been eating like crap and my workouts have been sporadic. Mind you, they are still more than people who aren’t endurance athletes, but way less than I’ve become accustomed to over the past 4 years. It might be interesting to note that I started this blog post on May 17th and I am finishing it on July 5th. I literally opened this draft today, read the first paragraph from May and continued writing without editing a single word in the first paragraph. I’m still “reaching in and pulling me out.” nearly two months after starting the post. Continue reading