Continuing with the pros and cons of having a broken leg:
1. My wife can now administer hypodermic needles with the best of them. Hot Lips Houlihan. My blood thinner is administered with a shot to the belly, since it needs to metabolize in fat. So when it comes time to fire up the needle program for next season's campaign, our household will be fully ISO-900o needle compliant.
2. Think of all the dosh I'm saving not racing. No new crap for the bike, no entry fees, no driving to events. On the budget page, this comes out to a couple hundo a month in the summer. In reality, it might be a bit more than that.
3. I'm now pretty much caught up on communicating with everyone in my life.
4. I have time to watch all those videos that people put on their blog posts.
5. I am the proud owner of the world's largest fortune cookie, which is another way of saying that my team mates rule.
6. Work no longer interferes with my training schedule.
1. Pooping is a big enough effort that it requires a nap after. This really could go into either the pro or con column.
2. I'd rather spend money on Michelin Pro 3s than Flovinox.
3. The thing that the Pony either spends a lot of his flex spending money preparing for or doesn't spend a lot of flex spending money preparing for, depending on where a certain car is parked? It'll be a while.
That is all.