Well, the big rainstorm anticipated (and greatly needed) went south of I-70 meaning we got nutten...we need water so bad. The garden is being watered about every other day now. It's doing great!! The tomato plants did get away from me and have formed a dense jungle that I will have to enter to find my fruits. We picked our first squash, so that means every 1.5 hours a new squash will grow to baseball bat size until the beetles get their way and the plants succumb.
I've spent several lazy hours catching up on emails and reading race reports...mainly WS reports, they've been so awesome to read. I've been fretting also about my role as a pacer since this will be a total new experience for me. I don't want to screw anything up and cost my runner any time. There's no doubt in my mind that my runner will finish his race; he's trained and ready for it. I just want to get all the details down and try to anticipate any problems we might encounter.
New blog alert! Check out Brian's blog. It was funny seeing this post, as I just ran into Dan this morning at the 5 mile race AND we just ran this same section of trail that Dan and Brian ran.
I miss Brian, I haven't seen him and the Youngstown area gang since our FA in March. That was alot of fun, running on the ice. Hard to think about ice this time of year..