The jury is out. Am I certifiably crazy?
I find myself in a very weird situation. I don't know if I should be committed for being mentally crazy or if I'm perfectly sane. But either way I'm torn in two.
A month back I FINALLY had the money and found a road bike for myself. I had been saving and looking for a good deal that was in my budget for quite some time. You see, I have long had some bike events on my bucket list. Events that I really did need a road bike for. I was super excited. I was going to be riding....I was ready and stoked! It was roughly at that same time that I kinda started to
I was immediately torn when I got my new bike. I want to ride my bike yet I want to run. How does one decide what to do? Ohh add into the mix that I love my Zumba. Zumba has been a salvation of sorts for me. In a misguided effort to be the perfect wife and thereby single handedly save my marriage I had boxed myself into a corner. I didn't do anything that might interfere with my marital responsibilities...heaven forbid me not be at the house waiting in case he called needing something while he was at work. (yeah, really boneheaded maneuver on my part, I know that now...but it seemed like a good idea at the time) Zumba helped bring me back out of that bubble. My friends that I made at Zumba helped me to realize and rediscover myself! So dropping Zumba is really not a valid option for me...it keeps me grounded! :-). So in torn between biking and running. Not so difficult, I can do both right?
The only thing I will say about this before I move on. I have tentatively found a few halves that I could conceivably run. One in Hershey on October 20th..( There is also a half in Gettysburg on that same day.)to follow the Hal Higdon 12 week training I would need to start really training the end of July. (and continuing running my 3 miles a few times a week until then). There is one closer, to benefit Habitat for Humanity. That one is in Hancock, MD on a Sunday in September (September 15). (Ironically enough that race was already in my crosshairs as I was pondering doing the 5k race that day). All of those half marathons are on Sunday so no worries about work (there is a half that goes right through the town where I live...in fact it goes right by my work...but it always falls on the weekend I work...and this year is no exception...so once again this year I will be at work and cheering the runners on when I'm not inside with a customer!). The Hancock half I would have to start training diligently the end of June. Hmmmm.......