The end of January I attempted to give notice at my day job as I planned on officiating lacrosse full time while trying to figure out my next step as a grown up. However, my employer convinced me to stay on. So right now I'm working for him as much as I can while also honoring the full time collegiate lacrosse schedule I've been given. Oh, and continue training for my up coming races. Life is currently a blur and half the time I don't know what state I'm in. All this movement and lack of time to sit still and think is stressing me a bit and it's impacting many things.
Here's my schedule if you'd like to join me! After all, it isn't stalking if I invite you! (too soon?)
- Blalock Lake Sprint
- Allatoona Tri
- Peachtree Road Race (maybe still waiting to hear about the lottery)
- Lake Logan 70.3
- Ironman Louisville
And cheer we did! We got blisters on our fingers from so much cowbell.
|Thank you Stacy for being awesome and lending out your wigs.|
As the runners started to dwindle, Christine and I started making our way up to see if we could find the sweepers. As we walked up we found this sign:
|Fitting for both of us!|
Christine and I both jumped in and passed out drinks to those who were still making their way.
See that guy? He's not a volunteer. Whoever was supposed to volunteer to man this water station/aide station DIDN'T SHOW UP!!! Not one person from whatever group said they would be there showed up. At mile 7.5 on the half. SERIOUSLY!?!? Are you kidding me?
Meanwhile, she and I stayed until we saw the sweepers. We got to see the first and last runner!
We passed out the last bits of water. Cheered them on and helped the guys break down the aide station. Then we headed to the Original Pancake House for breakfast. We took off our wigs, but we did leave the tutus on! If only we had remembered to take a picture.
Cheering is exhausting and I faced a major dilemma when I got home....
Hope everyone has a great week. I'll be spending most of it in Tennessee.