The Boston Marathon is more than a race. The entire weekend is a celebration of running with other athletes from around the world. I thought about making this into two separate posts but you really can’t have the race without everything else so here it is in one long recap. (Feel free to skip down to the race portion!) I’ve
I have never had to write a two part race report before but I just don’t see any way around it this time. So much happened in just a few short days on my trip to Boston. I still don’t know if I’m ready (or will ever be ready) to open up about my experience in Boston but I will
I am at Logan International Airport now ready to head home. I was too physically and emotionally drained to post anything last night. My entire Boston trip experience was amazing until about an hour or so after I finished. I will write more about the great parts of the trip- the expo, seeing the city, and running the best marathon
Well, I have not posted much recently and I must admit I just haven’t been in the mood. I’ve been busy, I’ve had family in town (my sister recently had a baby!!) and I just haven’t felt inspired to write much. I recently passed the one year anniversary (March 31, 2011) of my stress fracture and I must say that
MY BOSTON PACKET!!! Yes, I am ecstatic! Inside is my very important bib pick-up card that I must bring with me to the expo (along with photo ID). There is also a little booklet with race info and instructions which I plan to read from cover to cover. Then there is a little race merchandise and Boston apparel merchandise booklet.
Our family at the Memphis Zoo This week I stepped it up a notch. Maybe it was all the excitement of registering for the Boston Marathon. Maybe it was because so many of my friends from church and the community ran in a nearby Half Marathon yesterday. Whatever the reason, I had a good week running. I ran 5 days
We qualified for Boston!!!