"Why don't you have a blog?" I've heard that question a lot. People read my race reports and other ramblings on Facebook and Daily Mile and seem surprised that I don't have a blog.
I resisted creating a blog for a long time. Everyone's got a blog, that's reason enough not to have one, in my mind. Is it somehow self-centered for me to create a page devoted to....well, me? On the other hand, some people have told me they're inspired by my story. Many people have told me they like they way I write or that I'm entertaining. And where best to try out my material than on a blog?
I'm still not sure about this blog thing though. I do find writing therapeutic and decided if I use it for nothing other than self-therapy it's probably not a bad thing. Not quite sure yet what I'll write about. I'll definitely write about running and training and my adventures in exploring the absurdities of life. Other than that, I make no promises.
It'll be a work in progress, just like me.