Chad Austin contacted me before the 100k about doing some interview questions for his Running Minnesota blog. Of course I was hoping to write about how great the race went, but it ended up being more of a "searching for where I went wrong " piece. Nevertheless, it helped to write down some things about the race and running in general as it gave me some perspective. For example, it was much more negative until I edited some of my responses the next day. So dramatic I am.
I'm still healing at the moment. The hamstring feels better, but I will give it a couple more days before I try to stretch it. I'll get some ice on it for the next few days as well. I have the time at this point. My tentative plan is to do some easy running the rest of the month and get back into some more formal, but relaxed training starting in May.
The blog posts may be infrequent for the next couple of weeks as I don't know if I have to bore people with my days off.
Bill Brasky is sumabitch
The Cadbury Creme Egg conspiracy.