I didn’t mean to disappear after publishing my 70.3 race report, but things have been crazy over the last little while.
Hubs and I made a very sudden decision to buy a new house. Over the course of about 10 days, we looked at a bunch of places (and hubs dropped his iPhone in the swimming pool at one of them, but that is a whole different story…), fell in love with one, made an offer, had it inspected, sealed the deal (later learning that we know the couple selling it. Small world!) and put our current home on the market. Muskoka 70.3 weekend fell in the middle of that, which meant there were a lot of late nights and long days scrambling to prepare our house to list on such short notice.
We just went on the market yesterday so now the challenge is maintaining a spotless home 24/7, juggling schedules to keep the dog out of the house and generally just trying to keep our heads above water.
To give you an idea, this is what the inside of the fridge looks like:
To keep things more interesting, hubs has come down with the flu and Miles has kennel cough! I’m losing my mind this week and it is a small miracle that I have even managed to fit in one short run this week and only two last week.
Have I mentioned that I’m running the Chicago Marathon in 2.5 weeks?? <insert panic>
I’m trying to stay calm (and healthy) and keeping fingers crossed for a quick sale of the house so things can return to normal. Also hoping, of course, that my hubs and pup are both feeling better ASAP.
Oh, we also celebrated our 7 year wedding anniversary (September 10th) in the midst of all of that. Time flies when you’re having fun…