In one sense, Cranky Fitness is "on the move" because Crabby has a guest post over at Diet Blog today. Sorry for the extra click! Crabby hopes you dial-up people will forgive her these inconvenient blog relocations.
The post over there is about Eco-Running. Crabby hadn't heard of it, but she found out about it over at Crunchy 'Nana's! (For those of you who frequent the Comments section, that's the very fine blog hosted by "Norabarnacle."
But Cranky Fitness is also "on the move" in the sense that its author, Crabby McSlacker, is physically relocating for a few months. The blog itself will stay put, but Crabby, who has been mostly a West Coast Crab, will be joining the long-suffering Lobster in Washington D.C.!
The Lobster is actually more of a Go-Getter than the Crab, and has Gone and Gotten herself a consulting gig involving Managerial and Technological Things that Crabby's tiny crab brain can't entirely comprehend. But the bottom line is: an exciting adventure for the Crab! New neighborhoods, new stores, new restaurants, new exercise routines, new time zones, new weather--all kinds of Bright Shiny Newness!
However, as a McSlacker, Crabby is easily overwhelmed by anything resembling a "task" or a "chore." Transitions of any sort tend to involve them. So there may be a few interruptions in service. She apologizes. She is hoping to bring in occasional Guest Posts, so that even when Crabby is McSlacking, or Taking Care of Things, the lights will still be on most days at Cranky Fitness.
By the way, she hears it is hot and humid in D.C. during the summer. Crabs do not cope well with hot and humid! Perhaps it is an instinctive fear of being thrown into boiling pots of water. Any advice from those who are used to it will be helpful.
She is also curious about whether her readers like to Move Around every now and then or whether they prefer to Stay Put?
Anyway, Crabby leaves Wednesday morning. There will be a post tomorrow (it was the one she accidentally deleted a few days ago), but there may be some Slackitude mid-week until Crabby gets settled. Please keep checking in, frequently, obsessively even--because you know she will soon be back! She misses you all too much when she is gone. And if posting is a bit more "relaxed" over the late summer and early fall, and rest assured Crabby is feeling very badly about it.
Any comments about Eco-Running, Adventures, Chores, Transitions, or Any Damn Thing at All are of course always appreciated.