For those of you following along with my continued running adventures, you must be extremely disappointed. As am I – my leg is still hurting sometimes, even though it has been 7 months since my stress fracture pulled me out of the game. In normal circumstances I would still be blogging incessantly about my stress fracture. However, as I’m finishing up my first year of an MBA program, I’m still figuring out how to work regular blogging into my crazy schedule. I do have some exciting running-related things coming up:
- I’m assuming my injury will be resolved soon and so I can start running again
- I recently talked to one of the founders of Uberthons, an events and race-timing company, and might be helping them out a little in the near future
So it turns out there aren’t a lot of things going on in that department for me, but I’m pretty excited about them, and will definitely keep you updated. In the meantime, please enjoy this word cloud I just made of my most recent blog entries (excluding this one):
I’m happy to see that the word “running” still shows up here, even though not much of that has been happening. I did go on a little bike ride while accompanying someone else while they ran. This gave me a chance to wear my new(ish) awesome Nike tights. Afterward I went to Trader Joe’s and the cashier asked me if I worked for Nike. I don’t, but if all it took to work for Nike was wearing a bunch of Nike clothes all the time, then me and one million other Portlanders would definitely work for Nike. Here’s most of the Nike I was wearing today:
Love love love my Nike Free’s! I’m hoping to score a trip to the employee store sometime soon 🙂 Keep up the blogging!
Yes! Sadly I haven’t been running enough to warrant new shoes yet, so I had to pass when my bf went to the employee store this week 🙁
Those ARE some prettyyyy sweet tights tho…
I guess that’s all that really matters, even if I can’t run in them
Hey Colleen! Sorry to hear you’re still injured! I checked out your blog awhile ago but finally just subscribed. Hope you can run soon!! – Emily Brain (Johnson)
Thanks Emily! Hope I’m back at it again soon too – always happy to see how much you’re still running!