<fake enthusiasm>HI, HOW ARE YOU? I AM GREAT!</fake enthusiasm>
So yeah. I did NOT go running yesterday and I can’t say I really feel that bad about it either. I have decided to remain in my post-marathon
slump recovery phase one more day.
Now, WHO WANTS TO SEE THE BAD RACE PHOTOS I SWIPED FROM BRIGHTROOM?
I thought so.
Actually, that last one’s not too bad. But that is seriously it. There were three other photos, basically the same shot from a slightly different angle (that made me look slightly less notfat.)
I was talking about this with Jess, and we think we got stiffed.
You see, the Indy Monumental was the day before the NYC Marathon, and we think they sent their A Team to NYC and we got the leftovers.
Plus, I’ve never run at such a slow pace, so I think a lot of the photographers actually left before I reached them. All of my photos were from only three points on the course. And, browsing photos of people who finished a hell of a lot faster than me, I saw they had photos at like, half a dozen additional locations.
I know, I know. First world problems. Complaining about the injustice of not getting any decent race photos after completing your first marathon – and living to tell the tale – is kiiiind of a stretch. Even for me. Hell, even for privilege denying dude.
But this blog would be a lot less funny if I didn’t find something to complain about here and there.
Remember, it’s all for you.