Last night Chris and I dragged ourselves out of the wonderful air conditioning and went on a ride. I know, imagine that. Neither one of us were super motivated, but both of us knew we *should* ride. Luckily the legs felt good and the breeze ended up being nice. Eventually we got away from the cars and had a peaceful excursion on the road. But the big news was that my road bike odometer turned over 600 miles! Wohoo! Ok, so I've had the bike for more than a year and it's only at 600, but it sounds more impressive when you realize that I turned over 200 in a trainer session with Chris and Feedback Jim in December or Januaryish. So I've had about 400 miles this year on the road bike alone... as opposed to last year where I probably didn't have that split between both bikes.
In other news, I have an interview on Friday with a school in Denver Public Schools. Whether I get the job or not (it's a .5 kinder position), I'm happy to say I at least got an interview. It's about time. I haven't interviewed in a while, so I hope I can keep it together ok. At least I'll be going into this one with some teaching experience under my belt, whereas I just had to b.s a bunch of stuff before. Wish me luck!
Tomorrow is Green Mountain with the Wednesday group. I hope my throat is feeling better and I hope the mean old men on the Harleys don't harass us again. I guess I'll put Lakewood police on speed dial this time.