Kris asked me why I stopped blogging about the marathon after I crossed the finish line. After all, quite a bit happened afterwards.
I’m not exactly sure. I was still very much riding the post-marathon glee wave. But I just didn’t have the gumption. Maybe after ten posts covering the blow by blow of the actual event, I felt people needed a break. Or maybe I just didn’t want to revisit the memories of post-marathon pain. Which is a little like child birth. Hurts like hell. But you forget it quickly.