I have been remiss
So I haven’t written anything in a little while. Whilst many may be sighing in relief at that fact, a little birdie told me that maybe I should just post a snippet of “why I have had no ideas” recently.
I am in training for some running events – a 10k in September and an 8mile in December. I’ve been questioning my sanity somewhat especially on Tuesday when I was running hill intervals at 5.30am with two of my dogs showing just how easy it is when you are young, fit and have four legs.
That same Tuesday evening, because I’m slightly deranged, I took one of those two dogs to agility training where I proceeded to sprint around an indoor equestrian arena, trying to remember what direction to go in, in what order, how to direct the dog and BREATHE all at the same time. At one point I almost brained my poor Springer during a run. In a heroic attempt to avoid kicking him in the head, I lunged sideways and half jumped/fell over the jump I was supposed to be directing him over. After laughing at me for a while my trainer remarked that I need to pay more attention to where I’m going whilst still looking at the dog. I think I need to get me some chameleon eyes or something.
So my attention is somewhat diverted from all things CFD at the moment as the time normally devoted to pondering blog content – early morning dog walks, has been replaced by early morning torture sessions. Although I’ll admit half way through this morning’s torture I did think “this isn’t so bad” at least until the final hill. Note to self: find an off road route with no hills.
I’m also just finishing off my foundation degree (three assignments to go and counting). I’m obviously concentrating on agility training in readiness for our competition debut in 2010, and then there’s the other training with the other three dogs – I did mention I was mental right? So contemplation time in the evenings is in short supply also.
So there you have it, I’m sure normal service will be resumed soon. Just as soon as I get some chameleon eyes and new lungs that breathe without me having to consciously think about it.
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