Saturday: Rest day. Woke up with sore, tired legs.
Sunday: Mourning no Broad Street. Riverdale Ramble +4 when I got home instead.
Monday: Rest day!
Tuesday: Yeah, nothing. Stayed at work until 10pm on Monday and just wasn't feeling it Tuesday.
Wednesday: Um... stayed up until 3am making revisions to the diss draft. It's resubmitted but in poor form.
Thursday: Um... stayed up until 3am doing nothing. (And then went to an opening at the Brooklyn Museum with a friend from high school last night, Thursday night, and had too much wine, so today is a loss, also. No biggie. 8:30am meeting means I would have had to get up at like 6 to run. Ha ha ha.)
Total mileage: 13.4. Meh. Some weeks are like that.
This weekend: Bear Mtn North Face Endurance Half. Nervous. Excited. Slightly scared (that I won't make the cut-off times).
I have very limited experience with trail races. I did one, inadvertently, for my first half, and didn't realize how hard it was until afterwards when the race organizers were talking about it. I just thought all races were done on hilly courses and narrow, single track trails. Then I did another, the Cross Country Challenge in Gilberts, IL. Hilly, sure. Fun, yes. But no snow or mud or anything even remotely treacherous. The best was a trail race outside of Reading, PA. Not too muddy that year but certainly a true, slow trail experience.
How will it go? Details on Monday.