Thursday, February 07, 2008

All I have time for

I'm behind on blogs and emails, most likely permanently. Or until June. Hope you understand.

This is very, very hard. I'm trying to keep all emotions in check, but it's rough. However, every day gets a little bit better.

For now, I only have time for a few numbers:

50 pounds lost

10 miles ran Saturday at a negative split (last 3 miles under 9)

2 miles at a 7:53 pace last night during my tempo run

And with that, I've gotta go.

14 comments:

stronger said...

gets better- but maybe not easier...I think you just get used to it (making every second count).

Steve Stenzel said...

WOW! Sweet numbers!!!

Wil said...

You're going to pick it up on the fly sis just like we all do. Don't worry, and know we're all here for ya!

tracie said...

those numbers all sound pretty great to me!

hang in there!!! :)

Kate said...

Wow! Can you lend me some Mojo??!!!

IronMatron said...

Hang in there, Sara! It's all going to get more streamlined... You just have to catch your stride. Stay strong. We are already through q.2, and soon it will be summer and you can come up for a breath. Remember that your lessons don't need to be perfect and you CAN speed correct. Don't feel guilty!

Good numbers!

jbmmommy said...

Great job, you're obviously making the best of a tough transition. Keep it up, take care.

Lana said...

Wow!! You rock!

Take a deep breath every now and rest assured that it does get easier. I promise. With both my kids I nearly stroked out during first 10 months or so. It's tough, but as they grow they become more independent and can actually tell you what's wrong. Plus, they start getting a whole lot more fun, too! Don't think twice about the blogs - most of us know what you are going through and we'll be here when you have time!

~Hugs!~

Try@thlete said...

Take a break from blogging - there are more immediate concerns to think about!

Hope you feel better.

TriShannon said...

Great numbers! One more to add - 1:50. We will be triumphant!

TriBoomer said...

Hang in there, Sarah. See ya sooner, we hope.

Stay tuned...

triguyjt said...

great numbers..sub 8:00

cool
hang in there, sara

Pharmie said...

50? 50?! You are truly amazing. Hang in there!

Kurt said...

A lot of us been there and done that. Being a working mom and wife along with training is difficult. Your friends understand this.