Yesterday I registered for the Boston Marathon… for the second time. This time was very different from before for obvious reasons. I feel like the odds of me actually making it to the starting line this time have gone up considerably, being that I’m not pregnant this time around. Yes, registering for Boston two years ago was a crazy experience!
Warning: The first paragraph contains some emotional and hormonal ranting on babies and nursing. Feel free to skip to the next paragraph! I haven’t posted in a few days because I’ve been back in my why-can’t-my-running-be-back-to-normal funk. I am also about 2 weeks behind in my daily Bible reading (which is the most I’ve ever been since I started doing
Yes, I am truly counting down the weeks now. Just 2 more weeks until I’m considered “full-term.” I have been running quite a bit on treadmills the past week. The temps have been in the 30’s and I am not waking up and running early in the cold by myself anymore. We still don’t have our own treadmill (hopefully within
27 weeks pregnant! Yesterday registration for the 115th Boston Marathon opened. 8 hours later Registration was closed- in record time! CRAZY!! I went on to register in the morning as planned. For the past 8 months I have planned on registering and the “deferring” my entry to April, 2012. According to the website, you could defer one time. This year
This pic was taken 2 weeks ago. 13 more weeks to go! I am turning into a turtle. I am not complaining because at least I am still running. I am 26 weeks and still able to run 3-5 miles but I can definitely tell a big difference in my pace. 10 minute miles is the new average. I am
Yes, I am officially 15 weeks pregnant today. Number 4 is on the way! We waited to tell the general public until week 13 so I really didn’t want anything out there on my running blog. I am due January 10th, 2011. We are very excited about it. This is our last one so I am trying to treasure each