Saturday, October 13, 2012


I suppose it's a sign of a good off-season that I've been too busy having fun to write about it. And I mean this is kind of a sporty person's blog, so do you people really want to read about my lack of exercising? Doubtful!

So, the off-season has been great. Not any less busy but my time has been occupied with some fall riding and some other non-riding/exercising stuff.

My parents came to visit two weeks ago which was awesome. We are so codependent. But in a good way.  I took them over to Brooklyn to see an arts festival. There wasn't a ton of art there, but there were some nice views!

 Then I made reservations for a fancy dinner. I love having fancy dinners especially when someone else pays. Here is me and my stepmom. We are so fancy and cute!! You wouldn't know how humid it was, I don't know how my hair stayed even remotely normal.
 Fall riding has been a lot of fun. This is a view of the Hudson from a dirt path. I gotta say, I am really loving riding on the dirt. Too bad I refuse to buy a cross bike until after I sell my mountain bike, I'd really like to have one. But I can only hate my money so much!
 Last Saturday we went out to the Dirty Jerz for some riding. It was great to see a new route. You can tell I am happy. I love riding.
In other news I have a new team for next year and I am super excited. It is a truly awesome group of girls and I hope to make a positive impact on the team. They are all so much fun to hang out with and ride with. This also means NEW  KIT. God I love new kit, there is nothing like it.

I am off for a 'long' run soon. This marathon should be interesting considering my long run will probably be 13 miles. But you know the goal for the marathon is to have fun and finish - very low expectations! I hope to post some foliage snaps in the next couple weeks, it's still a little early but it's starting to look very pretty. I love the Northeast in the fall.

1 comment:

  1. You always had such an excellent talent of hating your money. LOL

    I cannot believe you are running a 26.2 with a long run of 13 miles or so. I toy with the 13.1/26.2 turn I have coming up, and will most definitely be happy with staying the 13.1 course. :)