Fighting a cold here, or maybe it’s more than just that– I’m not really sure. It came on me Monday. On Tuesday [yesterday] I really felt bad- more so in the morning than the afternoon. Stayed home and did some work at home but mostly tried to rest. It’s the strangest thing– one minute I feel fine, the next I feel like I’m going to die. I felt so bad yesterday morning but then in the afternoon I felt pretty good [for a while] so I got on the mill for 3 fast miles. Then in the evening, I thought I was going to die again :[

This morning I didn’t feel good at all but made it into work. There’s just too much to do here that needs to get done that I can’t do at home. ZERO miles on the mill today.

Tomorrow is my regular off day– probably a good thing. I’ll see how I feel and if I can get a few miles in– suppose to be 10 but I’m sure it won’t be that! Tomorrow night we go weigh in at WW. I’m hoping for 1 lb. but quite possibly it won’t be. This hasn’t been a very good month. My hopes of being at race trim by the marathon are quickly fading. I’ll do good to lose another 5 lbs. But I feel really good where I’m at, so even if I don’t lose another 5, I’ll be OK.

This marathon training has been all but traditional. It will be interesting to see how it effects me on the actual day of the marathon. Hopefully, it will be something I can survive and learn from.


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