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Procrastination

I might fail Wednesdays exam....but damn, I'm going to be fast.

sunny

Just a quick look down any street today and you'll see all the dogs who have been neglected over the past 5 months are out bounding around dragging their flip-flopped owners around the mud puddles of stanley park. I guess that's one signal that spring is really on its way. Another sign for me is that all WSC course work and anything that minimally resembles responsibility has been put on hold. "While it is regarded as normal for people to procrastinate to some degree, it becomes a problem when it impedes normal functioning." (Thank you wikipedia)

Over the past three days I've been able to put 80 miles on the bike and some running - which is epically awesome because I'm doing that ankle/foot pain free!!!! Maybe my normal functioning is just becoming less and less school oriented.
I really don't see a problem with that.

Let's do a quick recap of the weekend....
I designated Saturday as my 'catch-up day' for school and office work.
Saturday became riding the 20 loop - 3 minutes faster than my november times, and running 3miles - at 20:22 - which I was super stoked about because that's nearing my old race pace and I felt like I was barely working.
I re-designated Sunday as catch-up day. (for real)
Sunday became riding the 30 - researching running technique and then spending 2 hours making chem exam flash cards that when looking back at them (which I have yet to actually do) I'm sure it will appear that they were written in Italian or German or Sanskrit - or at least that's how todays review class made me feel. Hardly a day of catch up.

Goals:
-Massive Hill Climbs tomorrow
-Sub 40 minute 10k before end of March (6:25 pace)
-Figure out how I'm getting my bike shipped to Florida

Quote:
"The greatest danger for most of us is not that our aim is too high and
we miss it, but that it is too low and we reach it." -Michelangelo

Countdown:
48 days until St. Anthonys Triathlon - http://www.satriathlon.com/
4 days till California

Here's to Peace, Camp Fire Smell, & New Ultegra Peddles,
Aubs

Posted by AubreyJ 16:28 Archived in USA

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