Cheese pointed out to me last night that I almost never talk about my training. He was really referencing our personal conversations, and he's right - I guess I just do the workouts and be done with it.
But as I surfed other blogs tonight (yes, this is what I do on Friday nights - the glamorous life of a big city gal - I can feel your jealousy through the computer screen), I realized that a lot of you all are posting accumulated miles/hours/yardages, and talking about different aspects of training that I guess I don't really mention.
Is this a bad thing? I know I started this blog to track my first IM experience, but over the last year, it has taken on more of a Megan-In-Daily-Life feel, with a tad bit of training thrown in.
In a lot of ways, training and IM has taken over my life, but my life still happens. In fact, it is often during these horrendously long training sessions that I think about things to talk about on here, which are always more entertaining to me than my actual workout.
The weird this is is that I actually really like reading about other people's training. In fact, there have been several posts in the last few weeks about people's training breakthroughs, nutrition, milage and times - all of which I love to read because I am in the exact same place. I have gotten a ton of good ideas, and have felt very validated reading these other posts.
It's just that my own training never seems that interesting.
So maybe I'll toss a couple more posts in about my sessions, especially in these upcoming weeks, as they get increasingly long and hard.
That's all I really have to say about that.