Monday, June 18, 2007

Last night didn't go so hot.

I felt flat from the gun.

I started toward the back and had trouble moving up. It took at least a few laps to get the the front, and once there I had trouble holding position. I went with a couple moves and then tried to initiate something, but my legs said no. Soon I was back to the rear of the race, and spent quite a while there. Stupid. I managed to move back up a little in the final laps and snuck inside the top 15, but all around it was a less than sub-par performance all around.

I did get to test drive the pool at my new apartment. It's going to be really nice. It was a little chilly last night, which felt great, but I have a feeling that on a hot afternoon it'll be perfect. I need to be careful or I might lose these tan lines.

Thanks for checking in. Here is a picture from City Park a few weeks ago.


cosmomasturpolitan said...


Corey Carlson said...

I need to proof read these I guess. All around it was a little sloppy all around.

Anonymous said...

where is your new place?


cosmomasturpolitan said...


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