Friday, August 6, 2010

Excuses and Updates

Hello my lovely and neglected readers. I'm sorry I haven't been posting lately. It's been a crazy summer. I'm sure many, if not all of you are also busy. I know it's not much of an excuse since you've managed to keep me updated with the goings on in your life. So, we'll leave it at, I just haven't been inspired to post.

But life, in spite of me not posting, has been moving on. LOL.

I've been training like mad for my walk. Plus, making sure I have all my gear. And you may think that making sure you have clothes, shoes, blister kit, socks, sun block, etc isn't that big of a deal. And you would be right. Except for the fact, that I have to walk 20 miles in them. And the last place you want to deal with:

* a shirt that has a rubbed your underarm raw
* sunblock that has caused an allergic reaction
* having to go to the bathroom from something you ate or drank
* any other random thing that can go wrong

is when you're at mile 8 and have a long way to go. So, it's been a form of self discovery for the last few months.

Plus, the other odds and ends you have to organize just to get away for a few days.

I'm hoping that I'll be up to posting more soon. But I thank you all for sticking around. Enjoy your weekend!!!


Anonymous said...

Wow a 20 mile walk!!! I am in awe. I am currently doing a "couch to 5k" in hopes of doing a 5k one of these days.

Can't wait to hear how it goes.


SpiritPhoenix said...

Actually it's 20 miles a day for three days in a row. Hence the 3-Day walk. It's been quite an interesting time training for it.

You'll be able to do it. Just start walking. Then when you can walk it, try running for a straight away or a block or something. Then walk. Then run. And so forth. Before you know it, you'll be running the entire thing.

I'm sure you'll do it!

Thanks for reading.

Magaly Guerrero said...

I know about rawness; I nearly lost half a nipple in a half marathon (gross I know).

You don't need to apologize for not been around, life happens.

Continue to enjoy your summer! And happy training my dear ;-)