Weekly boredom update and fave posts

I haven't trained heavily this week - save for physical therapy.  I did swim....and I did get some time on the bike trainer.  Alas, this *#@*&$# ankle is still not letting me get outside and run and jump and play.  So, I've been reading about other peoples training and, well....while I don't like being injured, at least I'm reading more!

Okay, enough of the smarmy feel-good stuff.  I'm crawling out of my skin.  I'm beyond impatient and NEED to be out running.  Swimming is great.  The bike trainer is great.  But I'm not 100%, and I won't be until my ankle is back to normal.  Obvious, I know, but I had to get it out there.  I'm going stir crazy and I'm man enough to admit it.  So aside from drinking more beer, I'm beginning to become angst-filled.  Sort of like week 2 or 3 of a taper.

So, aside from reading a bit more and drinking more beer than usual, I thought I'd cover a couple quick items:

First - I was looking at my site analytics, and was very curious about one of the Google search entries that led someone to my blog:

"Triathlons and the wealthy"

What the heck did I write that caused that search to cause a hit on my site?  No idea.  Moving on.

Second - I wanted to share a couple of the good posts I've stumbled on in the last week or so.

Self-Talking Our Bodies Into Submission
The Endurance Athlete's Scrapbook

You might have noticed, however, that both posts are from Susan Lacke.  Yep, that's right.....I have a blog crush on Susan.  I do.  Can't deny it.  My wife approves (actually, I think my wife has a blog crush on Susan as well.  Hmmm, competition).

Susan is cool.  She's funny.  If she lived closer (and I don't really know where she lives to be honest) I'd be inviting her and her family over for dinner.

Read her stuff.