What I think

Here's what I know for sure. I know that I've been sitting down to write for the past few months, 100% unsuccessfully. Why? I guess I can't decide it you really want to hear a play-by-play of a race or if you'd be more interested in reading some life-lesson-like thing I've dealt with, OR if you just want me to be quiet.

The thing is, I'm really good at being quiet. It's kind of my thing. I'd much rather not say anything because I don't feel like what I have to say is important. The less I share, the worse it gets. So, since there's WAAAAAAAAAY too much to catch you up on, I'll spare the mundane details.

If you're reading this, you know I do this thing called triathlons. I took a year off to regroup and catchup on sleep. It took me a solid 9 months before I started to feel human without having to sleep 12 hours a day. FOREAL. That was last year. Since then, I've been training well (actually, better than ever), but life keeps throwing me curve balls. It's been nuts. Do you believe in signs? I do. You know, signs that are more like road blocks and your intuition says you should probably turn back. It's hard to completely trust your instincts, I know. The think is, I am trusting my instincts. Many people close to me feel like I should just throw in the towel because there are so many "signs" that indicate that. Maybe so, but my gut says keep going. My gut says follow your heart. My heart says I put those dreams there for a reason. So, I'm going to keep going. Okay? Okay. I think, you should probably do the same. 

I have 2 races left for the season. Calgary 70.3 and 70.3 WC. Yay!!