Wednesday, April 09, 2008

Six Word Memoir


It's Wednesday, and I'm as tired as I am on Fridays.


DBQs will do that to you...but they are done (yay!) and my students have really improved so much. I am excited and nervous for them as they enter the home stretch before the AP test. All I can do is prepare them the best I can, I guess. The rest is up to them.

Went for a 4 mile run Monday and a 5 mile run yesterday with JayZ. He goes out cold every time. Yesterday I did an out and back and felt like I was flying along for the first 2.5. And then, at the turnaround, the wind hit. Man, when that wind picks up...whew. Let's just call it one long hill repeat, 'cause that's pretty much how it felt. The kickin' stroller is not very aerodynamic, and especially when you add a 20.25 pound six month old boy.

So I missed my tempo run, but oh well. I haven't really missed anything yet, which I am quite proud of, so this one time I'll chill about it. Flexible, flexible....right?

And this weekend I'll have a little 5K action that I'm going to try and treat like a tempo run, so I'll get some speedwork in there. I'm not holding my breath to race this one well, but hey, I'm just so excited to put a number on again! Yippeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!

So my boy Bubba will be doing his first 100 MILE RACE this weekend. Bubba, you CRAZY! But that's why we love him! Best of luck to you! He also had a six-word memoir on his blog, which I heard about on NPR and thought they were really cool. In six words, try to sum up your life. It's hard, huh? I think I've settled on mine:

"What do you mean, slow down?"--TriSaraTops

What's your six words?


Polly said...

Love your six words!

hmm, I'll have to think about that. It IS hard.....

your racing schedule looks great--I'm so impressed!!!

RunBubbaRun said...

Like the memoir..

Thanks for the good wishes for this weekend..

Have fun and good luck on your 5k..

allanjel said...

For me still being in college, six words...we call that an essay!! But I like the idea...very cool.

See you Saturday. Good luck.

Josh said...

Have to think about that one... Maybe something like:

"That was very hard. What's next?"

Good luck with your 5k

Chris said...

Hmmmm. How about:

"She'll never sleep through the night."


Siren said...

I suspect a lot of triathletes will have similar thoughts, but original or not here's what I came up with:

"Well, that was cool. Now what?"