I got slammed with first world problems yesterday. It's my own fault, I jinxed myself. I should have known better, after all, I wrote the post before dropping my car off to have the odometer repaired! It stopped working last week, and was showing that I had 694576 miles on my 2003 Saturn Vue. Wow. I'm good. (In reality, I only have around 76,000 miles).
|All I hear is "Blah, blah, blah"|
They called again around 5pm and said "the technician is working on getting your car put back together." Does that sound not good to anyone else? They asked if they could keep it over night - did I really have a choice?
|Is she still yammering about the car?|
SO, I HAD re-scheduled my workouts to make yesterday a rest day and Thursday a tough day to make up for my confinement. Now, however, I am trapped AGAIN. I admit, I hit a bit of minor depression yesterday evening. I know, first world problems.
|Mommy needs a hug!|
With all the changes, I sat down with my color coded schedule to try to come up with when else I would get some steps in. And I panicked. Relay Around Columbus is two weeks from this weekend. So, I'll be moving into taper mode. BUT, my climb is ONE MONTH from this weekend. I'm worried about failure at this point because my Dam workout on Monday was TOUGH. (Granted it was in the 90s, but still!).
Luckily, I had a 5 mile run with my friends at 5:30 this morning. I cried/whined about my first world problems and freaked out about failing. They listened to my drama and helped me run it out. I have the best running buddies in the world.
One of my regular training buddies had a bunch of bad stuff happen yesterday too, so I gave credit for all that to my jinx post from yesterday as well, and promised her I would write a post taking it back before she drove to Indianapolis today. HA!
So, after all that blabber, I've kept my promise!
Did I jinx anyone else by talking about all things good yesterday???