Just three runs left to do before the race.
7 miles @ 8:26 average.
The weather was miserable but it will help me feel extra grateful on Monday to not be running on ice.
I relate so much to this meme.
Skye could care less about what the weather is outside, she will live the way she wants to live.
I had my hair cut and colored to get ready for Boston (because fresh hair will help me run faster;).
How the kids felt about soccer games being cancelled right before they started.
Luckily, they still all went to play at the field and practice.
Veggie/steak/rice bowl for lunch and thick french toast with eggs and bacon for dinner.
Does anyone else like to play around with marathon time conversions? I just put in my old St. George time (based on the fact that my time trials have been similar to what I ran before that marathon), and it says that Boston is about 3 minutes slower. I would guess it is more like 6-8 minutes slower compared to St. George… Does anyone have thoughts on this?
Has anyone tried the lululemon running shoes? I just want to take them out for a quick spin!
Amy had a great question in yesterday’s post about our cycles and how we perform! Does anyone have information about this?
Ever used a marathon time conversion tool? Has it been pretty accurate for you?
Would you rather have four seasons or perfect weather year round?
Tell me something that you are looking forward to today?