Today is the day of the Epiphany. It marks the day the world realized that Jesus was the Son and three kings walked their butts off to check it out. Now we use the word to describe a moment of realization and awakening as in…

Holy Shit I Never Should Have Signed Up for San Felasco!

So screwed- Juancho

17 Responses to Epiphany

  1. Amen, Brother. Perhaps the cold will numb the pain, But I doubt it! I think it will more likely be the icecream icing on the suffercake.

  2. I will go to my coffee pot on that fated morning, and pour myself a nice hot cup of joe. I will think on the cold, misery that you will be enduring (I plan to sleep in), and then I will laugh.

  3. This is becoming a January theme around the Circus.

    Regardless, you won’t be facing adversity on your own at Felasco. Because you will be getting up at the crack of dawn and pounding the pedals, I vow to stay under the covers that much longer…just for you. Because you can’t, I WILL sit on my arse and have a second espresso that morning. It’s lousy imagining that you’ll be unable, so for you I WILL crack open a tall one for lunch.

    It’s all about support, man.

  4. Good analogy. Yeh, it’s only been this cold and miserable at felasco one other time and I had no idea it was coming until the ride started. This anticipation is BS

  5. Wrecking Ball, I like your suggestion that Juancho kick back and eat some soup before deciding if he wants to go on, but I didn’t know they were planning to serve soup at the first sag stop this year.

  6. do they a. mail you the shirt or do you b. have to pick it up there? cause if a., I’ve just figured out how to have my cake and eat it…
    at home.

  7. If I can just rip this derailieur hangar off I think I have the answer.

    OB- You better start with the tall ones and skip the coffee.

  8. You had the epiphany that you shouldn’t have signed up almost immediately after you committed. You could use the Feast of the Epiphany for the new realization that you DON’T HAVE TO DO THIS!