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The New Harbor Lights Half Marathon and 5k Get Lit Challenge #harborlights14

This past weekend, November 22 and 23, I participated in the Inaugural Harbor Lights Half Marathon and 5K Get Lit challenge in Norfolk, VA.

I was excited as always to participate in another J&A Racing event.  J&A Racing is the premier racing company in the area. I swear they have their skills down to a science.  And this new race was no exception.  Well organized, plenty of cool swag and a great new course in Norfolk.

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The 5k

Saturday morning was one word……brrrr,.  It was very cold for this time of year in Virginia.  Like most of the country we had been experiencing below normal temps for most of the week.  Saturday morning was no exception.  With a start time temp of 27 my buddy Cara (Running in Sanity) and I bundled up an headed for the start line.  My goal for this race was nice and easy.   I have been fighting a cold virus all week and I wanted to stay as healthy as I could.  So no PR goal just a nice shake out for Sunday’s main event.  This was the first time I have ever run the day before a half marathon and I wasn’t sure what to expect.  Although cold for VA the breeze was light and there was some sun.  The only negative for me was I wasn’t a huge fan of the two cobblestone roads that we hit during the course,  (we adapted by running on the brick sidewalk) the race was a nice new course to run.  This was also the first race Cara and I have ever run together from start to finish.  It was enjoyable to run with her as I often run solo.  I never got too warm during the race and my hat, headband, gloves etc stayed on for the entire 5k.   Race #1 done

Pre Race Selfie

Pre Race Selfie

 

Yup it was cold.  All these clothes stayed on me!

Yup it was cold. All these clothes stayed on me!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Race #2 The Half Marathon (lots of firsts this weekend for me)

  • first time I completed an entire half marathon using run/walk
  • first time I ran with a buddy at my pace
  • first time doing a race challenge weekend
  • first time I have ever run a race sick.
  • first time there was mini pie tarts at mile 10ish! 😉
  • first time I had negative splits during the second half of a race

Sunday’s weather started off about 10 degrees warmer than Saturday at about 38 degrees.  Thank goodness.  The high by my anticipated finish was supposed to be in the upper 40’s low 50’s.  I decided to go with a visor, short sleeve shirt with a long sleeve half zip top over that, capris and a gloves.  I also brought a “throw away” fleece I got from the thrift store for waiting at the start and warm up miles.  I am not a fan of cold and wanted to have options.  I had a plan to meet up with a buddy Natascha whom I met through the Sub Thirty Club on Facebook.  We had met in person at Crawlin’ Crab Half  but missed each other at Wicked 10K.

Cara, Myself and Natashca

Cara, Myself and Natashca

After catching up with Natasha at the corral we headed to the start.  I had warned her ahead of time about my cold and that I had no definite time goal because I wasn’t sure how I would feel.  We decided on a run/walk interval of 3/1 and off we went.  The course was really nice with some great views of Norfolk.  I guess I never realized how lovely Norfolk really is.  Natascha and I ended up staying together until somewhere between mile 7-8.  I was feeling way better than expected and decided to go ahead and stick with my 3/1 intervals.  I truly enjoyed pacing with another runner, it really did make the miles wiz by.  I wished my buddy luck and headed out on my own.  I have run a few races in Norfolk before (Heart of Ghent, CHKD 8k and The Freedom Half) but never this exact course.  I wish I had more pictures to share because I have to say this was my favorite race in Norfok by far.  And the tiny tarts around miles 10 didn’t hurt either!  YUM!

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View of the Battleship Wisconsin near the Nauticus Museum – photo credits HarborLights Facebook page

Tiny tart pies at around mile 10 ish

Tiny tart pies at around mile 10 ish  Photo Credits Harbor Lights Facebook Page

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

At mile 10 I was more than pleasantly surprised at how good I felt.  Run/walk and the HRT or heart rate training  (you can learn more about that by clicking here) I have done since August definitely made all the difference for me.  At about mile 11 I realized I was in PR territory, even while not at 100% health.  Wow!  I found a few people around and ahead of me to set my sights on for those last few miles.  I missed my PR by only 28 seconds!   Of course a PR would have been nice of course but I am 100% satisfied with my race effort.  I took off just over 11 minutes since my last half in October.  That’s huge!  Kudos to J&A Racing for another amazing race!  Now its time for me to get healthy so I can enjoy the Manchester Road Race with my brother on Turkey Day in CT!

Running in Sanity and I Get Lit Challenge Finishers!

Running in Sanity and I
Get Lit Challenge Finishers!

Happy girl!  Ran sick yet only 28 seconds off my PR!

Happy girl! Sick and only 28 seconds off my PR!

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Always a Wickedly Fun Time – Wicked 10K 2014

This is without a doubt one of my favorite races every year, the Wicked 10k in Virginia Beach.  Its like running with a bunch of crazies and I just love it!  And let me tell you some of these peeps do NOT mess around when it comes to costumes.  The winners this year were fantastic, especially the group winners.   Check these guys out!

Jonny Depp through the years.

Jonny Depp through the years.

 

Yellow Submarine

Yellow Submarine

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Almost 6,000 people finished this year.

My Costume

I decided to go as a cheetah this year.  So fun.  I found a cute pair of leggings and an headband, bow tie, tail combo along with cheetah face stickers at Five and Below.  I think the whole thing cost me a whopping $10.  I found some temporary cheetah eye tattoos at another store (I had no idea there even was such a thing as eye tattoos?!) and BAM!  Instant costume.  Rahh!!

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The Race:

So how was my race…it was just wicked 😉   I did not PR, however I was only off last years time by seconds.  Pretty sweet considering I just stared distance running again back in August.  I could not be more pleased considering how far my training has come since summer.  This is also one of the very first races that I completed using the Galloway run/walk method for the entire race.  So in essence I was even running faster than last year at an easier effort.

I also finally made it to my local Moms Run This Town (MRTT) pre race picture!  Wahoo!  Somehow I always miss those, lol.

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Post Race Fun!

This year the post race party was back on the beach.  The weather was perfect the food was great thanks to Baker’s Crust.  I even had a beer, ok half a beer, which I never do.  I had a great time hanging out with Cara from Running in Sanity and her hubby.  We even won these sweet purple chairs in a cup stacking contest!  Who knew Cara and I had mad cup stacking skills?  If you ever get the chance to do Wicked you really should.

Cara from Running In Sanity and I

Cara from Running In Sanity and I

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Next up is Harbor Lights Half Marathon.  What’s next on your race schedule?

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Motivational Monday Feb 17 2014 – Age is Just a Number

Yesterday I had a great time participating in Virginia is for Lovers 6k.  I was asked to do this race with a dear friend of mine Ellen.  This was her first race back since breaking her foot over the summer last year.  This is probably the coldest race each year in Virginia Beach which was one of the reasons I wasn’t sure I was going to do it.  But Ellen asked me if I would walk it with her (she is a speed walker) as her comeback race.  How could I say no 🙂

The race lived up to its cold reputation, it was 28 degrees….I didn’t even bother looking at the “real feel” because frankly I didn’t want to know 😉  But we bundled up and headed out.  Aren’t we pretty:

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The race was fun for lots of reasons

  1. I got to walk it with a friend
  2. I got to take pictures & eat candy ( they give out M&M’s on the course)
  3. I got to dance on the course and enjoy myself!

But the best part was when I found out tonight that Ellen got 1st place in her age group!!!  Did I mention she is somewhere between 70-74!!  Wohoo!!  I am so proud of her, she is an inspiration and I hope someday I will be doing the same.  If that doesn’t get you all moving than I don’t know what will 🙂

Happy Motivational Monday Everyone!!

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Runfyhp and Friends Best Races of 2013 in Pics

Over the past few weeks I asked my Facebook followers to send in pics of their best / most memorable running moments of 2013.  I received a vast array of pics.  Everything from Mud Runs and Spartan Races to kids and families.  I really enjoyed looking at all the pics and why they were so special to each of you.

I have been so blessed in 2013 with a fantastic year of running, including being healthy, having great weather for my races and a wonderful travel buddy and friend in Cara from Running In Sanity.

Congrats again to everyone on all your accomplishments over the past year and thanks for sharing your time, kind words and pictures with me.

Enjoy the holidays and here is to a wonderful 2014!!

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Reaching My Pink Goal

This past Saturday (and by the way did I ever tell you I love Saturday races) myself and some of my family & friends participated in the 1st annual Virginia Fallen Heroes 5k and fun run.  A great cause, but it turned out to be an even better day than expected!

Good friends of ours were coming to visit from CT this weekend and I have always wanted to run with my buddy Aimee, the timing worked out perfect and we all signed up a few weeks before they came down. The race itself was held down at Mt. Trashmore, a local park in Virginia Beach.  The weather was beautiful for running, partly cloudy and highs in the upper 50’s low 60’s.  There was both a kids fun run and a 5k run.

The kids fun run took off at 10 am and Mr. Cutesie Face rocked it!  Although it was a fun run he came in fourth.  Nice job Mr 🙂 My kiddos always amaze me!

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The 5k was held after the kids race.  The hubbies were granted the “privilege” 😉 of running with the strollers so the Moms could race together.  Don’t worry my hubby still rocked it and beat me by about 3 minutes even with the stroller!  I had a sub 30 minute race on my mind.  I have belonged to a Sub 30 Facebook Support  Group (yes we runners are a funny and supportive bunch) for quite a few months but had not managed one as of yet.  I told my hubby I wasn’t feeling a sub 30 today, his words “Hey you should always give it your all and at least try.”  He was right, sometimes I really need someone to set me straight.

The course was an out and back, sort of.  There were lots of runners of all paces that came out to support the great cause.  I told Aimee (who is a bit faster than me) prior to the race I would try to hang with her but to take off if she felt I was holding her back.  We stayed together until mile 2 when I told her to go on ahead.  I looked at my watch and saw I was holding a steady 9:50/mm.  Really?  Me?  Thanks Aimee 🙂  I kept Aimee in my sites for most of the last 1.1 miles.  I was determined to try my best for that sub 30.  To my elation I finished with 29:57!

OK here comes some TMI: After receiving my medal I nearly puked on both the volunteer and Aimee, who was waiting for me at the finish, lol.  NEVER have I come that close to actually puking.  I have felt like it but this was a little uglier than that, hehe.  I had to walk off to the side and come back for my water later.  But you know what, it was TOTALLY worth it!

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So why the PINK Goal you ask?

Well over the past few months I have been determined to accomplish a sub 30 5k for my “Pink Awareness Cupcake Race” (the virtual race I co-hosted to raise money for Komen for the Cure)  I have a strong family history of breast cancer in my family (my mom, sister and aunt)

So I dedicate my first sub 30 5k  ever to both my Mom and Sister and my late Aunt

who are breast cancer survivors.   

I love you so much, thank you for being so inspirational.

With the help of everyone who participated I was able to donate $1529.00 to Komen for the Cure!

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Color Me Rad and FUN – Review

A few months back I was given the opportunity to become an Ambassador for Color Me Rad.  I jumped at the chance as I had never participated in a fun run like this before.

A few Sunday’s ago myself and two of my kiddos participated in Color Me Rad 5k Virginia Beach.  I’m pretty sure my kids were even more excited than I was!  A few of their friends had done it in the past and it had definitely become a bucket list item for all of us.  One of the coolest things is that kids under 7 can participate with a parent for FREE!  Sweet!

Packet pick up was done at Sports Authority, a local sporting goods store.  The line was a bit long but moved fairly quickly.  We got our Color Me Rad Swag which included shirts, bibs and a color bomb (bombs were given out post race for the after party).  There was also a Color Me Rad store where you could purchase shirts, shorts, bandanas, etc.  We picked up a few items including extra color bombs, because hey we didn’t want to chance coming home clean 😉

Race morning was cool and breezy but we got to the race early and had plenty of time to park and hang out.  My kids were bouncing off the mini-van (which we affectionately call the mommy-mobile) walls.  Hey no laughing, I totally rock it 😉  We were signed up for the first wave at 9 AM.  Pre-race we stopped for “clean” pictures.  The DJ was already pumping some music and there was a Zumba warm up just before start time.

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And we were off!  The kids were so exited and my son must have told me 10 times how cool the race was.  Within the 5k we were color bombed and splashed with various colors and fun.  The Virginia Beach run was mostly grass trails and is NOT a timed race, Color Me Rad is all about fun!  I took it slow to hang with my little man and not twist my ankle because I had a half marathon coming up.

Post race we stopped for “RAD” after pics and joined the post race party.  The DJ played games, threw out TONS of swag and extra color bombs.  We were lucky enough to catch not one but two (one for each kid) extra shirts and a rubber bracelet!  The DJ and crew threw out tons of extra color and did countdowns that led to huge color bombs.  My kids absolutely loved it all!

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I would recommend this race as a some good clean  colorful fun for the whole family.  It was a great experience but not meant for the serious racer wanting to PR.  So if you have kids or your just a big kid yourself I am sure you would enjoy a Color Me Rad 5k.

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Wicked 10k Race Recap 2013

Last Saturday I participated in my third Wicked 10k race here in Virginia Beach.  The morning started out down right chilly with temps in the upper 30’s which is cold for this time of year in VA.  I was a tad worried that I was not going to be warm enough in my bunny costume, but in the end decided to go with it anyway.  I did however add a sweatshirt and gloves….brr.

This race is always an entertaining one.  While some run the race for time tons of people go all out for the costume contest and this year was no exception.  I am always amazed at some of the creativeness and just craziness of some runners.  There was a Scooby Doo crew complete with Mystery Machine Van, the entire Duck Dynasty crew running in a canoe and a Tiki….yes a Tiki and yes she finished the entire race wearing it!  Check out this awesome pics below..

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For the first half of the race I Ran with my husband, something we never do because he is much faster than me.  He let me pace and we had a great time checking out the costumes and talking.  Problem is I paced a bit too slow.  By the halfway point we separated and both picked up the pace, at our own pace.  I was hoping to finish under last years time, but this day it was not meant to be.  I finished 1 min 15 sec slower than my previous year, but I still had a great time.

The after party had a live band, The Delorean’s 80’s band (check them out here) they were really fun to watch and listen to.  They play all sorts of 80’s music.  Everything from Billy Idol to Toto.  They are a very talented group of musicians and both my husband (who is also an accomplished musician) and I enjoyed the show.  People continued to dance and really get into their Halloween characters.  A big hit was hilarious guy dressed as “Richard Simmons”.  He and his side kick (a woman if full-out Jane Fonda brightly colored thong leotard and tight outfit) really got the crowd up on their feet and enjoying the music.  I wish I had gotten a good picture of them 🙁

J&A racing always does a great job.  Their races are always well run and the swag is always top-notch.  This year we got a long sleeve Halloween themed tech tee at packet pick up our finisher item (other than the awesome medal) was an insulated Wicked 10K coffee mug.  The only thing missing from the post race food was the usual delish bread bowl for our chili.  This year we just got chili in a cup, nevertheless it was much appreciated.  Thanks J&A!

 

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Motivational Monday – Running with Women for Women

This Motivational Monday is going to be a little different because it is also two race recaps.  Last weekend I ran Komen for the Cure in honor of my Mother, Sister and Aunt.  This weekend I ran for the HERA Foundation to help fight Ovarian Cancer.  It feels so good to be running two weeks in a row for great women’s causes.

I participated in Komen for the Cure with my entire family, all five of us.  I made us some cool Team Happy Pace Tie Dye shirts (with the help of Cara from Running In Sanity….ok she is the crafty one)  I added a little number bling to the back.  The kiddos got in to the spirt by wearing crazy socks and clothes.  Together the five of us walked.  We walked for Mom, Grammy, Auntie, Sister and Great Auntie.  Although my family does NOT carry the gene for Breast Cancer, we have had three cases within my direct female line on my mother’s side of the family.  My chances are raised each time, and therefore so are my daughter’s, sisters and nieces.  I was so proud of my hubby and kids!  We walked in the light rain together, sometimes holding hands, telling jokes and getting along.  It was a great day and a memory I will treasure.  Maybe it might seem silly to you, but it meant a lot to me.

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Team Happy Pace ;)

This Sunday I ran the Run Like a Girl an all female Trail Race in Virginia Beach.  I ran with team “Moms Run This Town, Virginia Beach/Chesapeake“.  This was my first official trail race and I LOVED it!  I love everything about trails…except snakes, I hate snakes. Luckily there were no snakes Sunday.  Whew!  I ran sans music ( also a  first during a race for me) and enjoyed the beautiful sounds and smells of nature.  Another runner actually said to me “Ahh smells like nature, I love it.”  “Me too” I replied.  🙂

The race was held at First Landing State park, a place my family and I love to run and hike.  As I ran I tried my best to enjoy the beauty around me and NOT look at my Garmin.  I wanted to take in everything about the race without thinking about how far I had left to run.  My feet felt light, the weather was cool and sunny, just perfect for a fall run.  The trails had slight inclines and declines, some sand and a few bridges.  I picked women to pace with and when I passed them I picked someone else ahead of me to pace, that works for me in a race.  The race was originally an 8k but had to be shortened to a 4 miler.

The race was held to raise money to help fight ovarian cancer through the HERA foundation.  After the race a few women spoke about their fight, and for some their continued fight with cancer.  It was very emotional and made me that much prouder to be part of the day.  This was a smaller race, only about 400 women, but I will say it was one of my favorites yet.  I wish it was a 10k or trail half marathon, that would be awesome!  The director of the race notified us that the race would NOT be held at First Landing next year, but for a good reason.  They have gotten too big for the park.  I am hoping it stays a trail run though, its different and it was a great experience.

Team Moms Run This Town Virginia Beach / Chesapeake

Team Moms Run This Town Virginia Beach / Chesapeake

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Pretty Muddy Richmond, VA

This past Saturday I got to participate in Pretty Muddy Women’s Mud Run in Richmond, VA.  This was my very first mud run and I was so excited.  Special thanks to Fit Approach (#sweatpink) and Pretty Muddy Women’s Mud Run for the opportunity!

I was also lucky to have my Sweat Pink sister and good friend Cara from Running In Sanity join me, because getting muddy with a friend is how to do it…or so my kids tell me. 🙂  Cara and I headed out to Chesterfield, just outside Richmond, (about and hour and a half ride from Virginia Beach) at 6:45 AM.  Not too early for a race, no Disney 2 am wake up call here ;).  The weather was already nice, not too hot or cold and temps in the low 60’s.   Our wave was expected to leave at 10 AM.

After arriving at Pocahontas State Park we headed to check in.  I was glad we were able to race day check in so we didn’t need to head up to Richmond 2 days in a row.   There was a hay ride (picture tractor/hay bails) from the parking lot out to the check in area.  We were happy to meet up with Anna, another of our Sweat Pink Sisters from Virginia just before boarding.  Cara and I had the pleasure of meeting Anna at Nike DC as she had also participated in Team in Training Virginia.  Check in was fast, we picked up our pins and numbers and headed off to gear check.  The first waves had started earlier that morning and we got to view some of the happy, muddy girls finishing up the course.  Now I was really excited.  Mud, real mud!  I mean how often does a Mom get to get muddy on purpose!  We hit gear check and the port-o-potties and got a pre-race pic together thanks to Anna before she checked her bag.  I had left my phone in the car because I had no way to keep it clean and mud free 😉

Cara, Anna and Myself pre-mud

Cara, Anna and Myself pre-mud

The start/finish area consisted of a DJ, a photographer, Pretty Muddy merchandise tent and a few food vendors with items for sale.  We headed to the start line while the DJ pumped up the corrals with music and a short impromptu pre-run stretch.  Countdown on let the fun begin!

The terrain heading into the first obstacle was grassy and very uneven, we were all very careful.  In my mind I was concerned the entire course might be this way, thankfully it wasn’t.  The first “obstacle” was a fun bubble type tunnel, it was a tad windy so I think some of the bubbles were getting carried away, but still fun.  The second one was all about slipping /sliding muddy fun…yeah!  We climbed up the backside of a giant slide and down the wet side directly into a mud pit!!!  I was able to keep the mud from the knees down, however Anna lost her shoe in the mud pit and I had to help pull her out, hehe.  Note to self and everyone else…lock laces not the best choice for Anna, however my double tied #sweatpink laces held up like a charm 🙂

The rest of the course terrain was mostly well beaten dirt trails and grass which was much more of what I am used to not to mention much safer.  I love trail running and this did not disappoint Pocahontas State Park was just beautiful.  I remarked to my buddies that God had done good because the weather and the views were so pretty.  There were a total of 10 obstacles for this 5k.  Some muddy, some not.  We climbed nets and walls, through tunnels, carried wood and got to crawl through mud a few more times.  The runner landscape consisted of beginners, birthday girls, experienced runners to tutus and good spirited fun.  All the runners at this race were respectful and encouraging.  Good, clean…well muddy girl fun!

My only wish was that there had been photographers at each obstacles.  Most people did not carry phones/cameras because of the nature of the mud.  I would love to have had the opportunity to look for and purchase pictures from all the obstacles, especially this being my first mud run.   According to one of the volunteers we asked there were photographers but they were roaming between different parts of the course.

Post race you were given your Pretty Muddy 5k medal, a Propel and a protein bar.  We also stopped for a post run muddy picture, you must have one of those!  The DJ was still pumping the music as waves continued to leave.  There was also a live band in the finisher area.  Just past the finish area was a rinse station with hoses set up to clean off and de-mudify.  Next to it was a large privacy tent for changing into some clean and dry clothing for our long ride home.

All in all I would say Pretty Muddy is a fun, muddy experience for women.  I had a great time with my Sweat Pink sisters.  I loved the number of groups we saw running together along with women who braved the course alone for various personal reasons.   There were bucket listers, birthday girls and more!   Everyone seemed to have a good time and the volunteers where encouraging and informative.  The course was well-marked.  Pretty Muddy also has family waves that were set to take off later in the morning.  Female participants were welcome and encouraged to run the course again with their families.

The medal we got was a nice bonus and a great memento.  Personally I didn’t find the course as challenging as I would have wanted, however with that being said I think it was the most fun I have ever had getting muddy 🙂  If your thinking of a first or a fun all female mud run Pretty Muddy Women’s Mud Run would be a great one for you!  I would do it again with girlfriends if given the opportunity.

Pretty Muddy Bling

Pretty Muddy Bling

So what’s next?  Tough Mudder maybe 🙂  Ha,ha…I think I have fallen in love with mud.

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Rock n Roll Relay Recap

Last Weekend I participated in my 3rd Rock n Roll in Virginia Beach.  VB Rock n Roll was also the first half marathon I ever ran back in 2011.

After last years extreme heat I promised myself I would not run it again, it was just brutal.  I don’t remember much from after that race.  I do remember bumping into people (literally) on the way to get my checked gear.  I remember having no idea what the heck I did with all the power bars someone handed me after the race.  By the way I found them two days later in my Sparkle Skirts Pocket?!  I do remember my skirt was literally dripping with sweat onto my feet while I was waiting for some friends to finish and thinking “did I just have an accident?”  Seriously it was crazy hot and humid and the “feels like” temp was 102!  You get the picture.

I digress, so this year I opted for the relay.  My good friend Allie jumped in as my partner.  All the fun of RnR with only half the sweat 😉  Team Happy Pace finished in 36th place in the all women’s group, not too shabby.  My part of the relay left much to be desired however.  Again the weather this year is was hot and humid.  I ran too much on the treadmill over the summer and I paid the price during the race.  I didn’t finish as fast as hoped but I got it done.  I have to admit I was a bit envious of those I saw finishing the half.  I am sending big props out to my friends that did do the half, especially Cara from Running In Sanity.  She finished it despite some obstacles.  I am proud to call her friend and super half marathoner 🙂  I was also proud of Cara’s sister Sarah for doing her first race ever!   Do I regret not doing the half?  Yes and no.  I think this was the right decision for me this year, but my heart yearned for 13.1.

Here are some pics from last weekend.    Upper left some of the girls from MRTT Virginia Beach/Chesapeake, Upper right me and Allie “Team Happy Pace” Lower right Sarah at her first race ever!

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