As you can see, I have migrated over to WordPress. I did this for lots of reasons, but lets just say I was tired of Blogger giving me the finger every time I wanted to log in last week. I tend to be a bit reactive sometimes, which can be good or bad I guess. So when I sat down to write a post on Thursday night and I couldn’t log in to Blogger, then couldn’t log in AGAIN all day Friday, I just created a WordPress account and moved everything over (somewhat painlessly, with only one 911 call to my friend Kristel) to WordPress.
Actually, Kristel, if you are reading this, THANK YOU for everything.
I know, I do things the hard way. But I have been thinking about doing this for a while now, lets just say this was the catalyst. I am 100% stoked with the switch thus far, I just hope I do not lose any followers in the move.
And that post still hasn’t come out, because I have been screwing with the new layout. But trust me, it is coming.
I posted a note about this on my blogger site and I really hope that you all find me here without any trouble, and continue to follow my adventures. It should be fairly seamless because my URL has not changed. Please bear with me as I try to adjust the formatting and such and chase down RSS feeds, re-recreate my blog roll and other little tidbits.
Other Random Things:
It is always really cool in the early summer when the hummingbirds come back. It is like watching a dog fight the way they battle it out. there is always on really ornery one that sits in a tree and waits for any bird to go to the feeder before he (it is always a he) divebombs. The males and females are really easy to tell apart because of the coloration.
They come at the feeder in pretty big numbers for a few weeks, then just as suddenly as the groups of them appeared, they dwindle in numbers as the females sit on their nests. They still come to the feeder, just not like this.
I got pretty close to a moose on my last bike ride:
She wasn’t sure what I was I don’t think, they know for the most part to be scared of 2 leggers, but I don’t know what she thought of the 2 wheeler. She turned and walked off pretty slowly.
And yes, it was a foggy, wet, hilly ride.
RACE NEXT WEEKEND!
I am looking forward to Rev3 Quassy Half Rev (70.3 distance) this coming weekend. I have been so focused on IMLP (only 55 days away) that this race kind of snuck up on me. Looking forward to seeing where my fitness level is, meeting my team, and getting in on a race.
This week in Training:
Swim – 4000 yds
Bike – 159 miles
Run – 27 miles