There's lots of sore bodies out there this morning after thousands of people ran the London Marathon yesterday.
Unsurprisingly, blogging has been light - Jim and Ulen both have short updates, promising more later.
I can't wait to read more, but I'm not expecting anything too soon - you ache, you might be annoyed with yourself, and generally not feeling up to re-running it all in your head.
I say that because that's how I felt last year. It was a couple of days after before I posted my review.
The thing was, it helped. By writing it, I forced myself to relive as much of it as possible, and I remembered so many brilliant little experiences during the day.
When I finished I said never again (in fact, I was saying that 18 miles in), but by the end of writing my post, I'd talked myself into ending the ballot again!
It turned what I thought was an embarassing, soul-destroying performance into something I was immensely proud of - and still am to this day!
It just took a bit of effort to frame it like that in my mind as the pain was , understandably, clouding my judgement.
Hopefully the next few days will see a spate of posts from the e-marathon community, and I for one plan to read them all and congratulate them on what they've achieved.
1 year ago