I’ve been a bad person with life lately. A bad worker, friend, student, blogger etc. And why? Because of LOST. Yesterday I went to the library to do research. I ended up watching 6 episodes of lost in the library. And today? I worked 9 hours at my blahh job and when I got home? Yup just watched 3 episodes of lost. I haven’t wanted to eat, sleep, or talk to anyone. Just sit in front of my computer and watch lost. I haven’t been so obsessed with a show since I discovered 24!
But since at the core I am a type-A-er, I still have been doing stuff. When I was at the library I did end up with a couple pages of notes. Not a reflection of how much time I spent there but hey, I’ll take what I can get. And I did buy some MCAT study material and I plan on studying tmrw (if lost doesn’t get in the way).
And I’ve still been running. Yesterday I had an amazing run in a national park by my house. The weather was perfect, cool and cloudy. And I felt like I was flying, and I was. For the first time post-marathon I felt really normal. Even my knee, which I think has a slight case of tendonitis, felt perfect. I feel like this paragraph is lacking because words can’t do justice to how awesome it was. Hopefully a sign of things to come.
Speaking of the future, I’ve been toying with the idea of training for a race. What race? Who knows! But it’s been 3 weeks since the marathon and with the run I had yesterday, I know that I’m going to want to unleash my competitive side real soon. So in the meantime (like I need *another* procrastination tool) I will be looking for a (possible) summertime race and a (definite) fall race, distances unknown. If anyone in the New England area has any ideas, let me know!