I suspect the crappy winter/spring training has a lot to do with it. It just messed me up psychologically--especially since I ran my best Marathon time at the end of probably my worst training cycle. I'm still having nightmarish thoughts from the winter when I'd go out there in 15 degree weather before dawn and crank out six miles afraid that my eyes would freeze closed.
And then with the new job I find that I hardly ever have time to write an entry or keep up with other bloggers, which gets me out of touch with the running community. I really have no idea what anyone on my blogroll is doing (sorry guys!!). Heck, I barely have time to look up races to run.
I'm thinking I just have to get through this summer and start training for a Marathon to get me focused again on what I love to do. And I'm hoping that as my main project at work winds down in September, I'll be able to get into a better groove with my life.