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One Month In Already? The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of a Cross Country Trek

Has it really been an entire month since this?

I made it, I can't believe I made it!

I made it, I can’t believe I made it!

Apparently yes, yes it has.  We have now officially been in California for an entire whirlwind of a month.  So here is the good, the bad and the ugly.

The good. I drove well over 3,000 miles (see above photo)  Yes me, if you really know me this is a HUGE accomplishment for the girl who falls asleep when not driving if a trip is longer than 15 minutes.  I also learned that “endurance” driving is like doing a half marathon.  If you want the time to go by you need to be alert yet in the zone at the same time.  I thank my time spent distance running for helping pass 8-10 hours on the road each day.  Get in the zone, don’t think about how much longer you have, just get it done.  You see we drove both our cars from the east coast.  In the Mom-mobile my crew was both my sons and just for fun our 2 cats, because if your going to drive cross-country you might as well add a few animals into the mix.

Snickers.  Cat, dog or ferret?

Snickers. Cat, dog or ferret?

 

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Traveling is exhausting

Traveling is exhausting

For the first few days we had some pretty good (read: blinding) rain storms rain storms.  So on day 3 we replaced my wipers.  As you can probably guess….it never rained again, lol.   We did however get to see some really neat places on our travels such as this…

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That is salt NOT snow, pretty cool.

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And this.

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OK we have no idea what that is but it was cool.  We renamed it the tennis ball tree.

My youngest played the iPad (ok probably too much, but hey it kept the complaints to a minimum so don’t judge me) and cracked jokes along the way.  We played a couple of entertaining, if not slightly disturbing, rounds of “Would you rather”.  Side note: whoever wrote the cards for that game has some issues…just saying.  My oldest was a pretty awesome copilot, keeping me company and reading google news to me when I started to get tired.  But best of all we got to spend time together and I realized he an I have the same sense of humor.  We like to laugh at the same things and enjoyed spending quality time with squishy (inside joke)  I love you kiddos!

The bad:  We saw very few accidents (ok yes that is good) except for the day the SUV right in front of my husband and daughter almost flipped.  Two things here, I am glad my husband had taken a drivers defense course at one time and God had his hand on that SUV, it swerved, spun and even went up on two tires but never flipped or hit any other vehicles on this busy stretch of road.  Depending on which way you take, driving across country can be very boring.  Lots of road, not a lot to look.  Unless you like grass, sand, dirt and lots of tractor trailers.  Also apparently different GPS’s don’t always agree.  We only lost each other once.

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The ugly:  In true PCS style (ok wait for it here comes the whinny part of the trip) a bunch of unexpected events happened.  This time not broken appliances or lost household goods.  As a family we lost not one but two Uncles (on my husband’s side) God Bless you Uncle James and Uncle Michael.  As we were just arriving in Cali this made it impossible to grieve with family as they are now literally on the other side of the country.  I also found out one of my Brother In Laws has been pretty ill  (at the time) due to an unknown cause, don’t worry he is fine now.  Then within a weeks time of arriving in California my Dad was rushed to the ER and later received triple bypass surgery.  Again we are here he is waaaaay on the east coast.  A few days later my husband’s aunt lands in the hospital with a severe illness.  I swear to you we cannot make this stuff up.  My daughter fell in a freak accident after church and nearly broke her nose, it was a close call.  Apparently if you can sprain your nose that’s what she did.  Thankfully no black eyes and only minor swelling but a good amount of pain.  We had placed ourselves and all our family in God’s hands, even before we ever hit the road here.  God is good, we know he has everything under control.  Imagine what would have happened if we didn’t trust in Him.

But enough of that!  This part of California is lovely, beautiful, breathtaking and like perfect running conditions EVERY day.  I am not kidding.  No humidity and partly cloudy to sunny.  Mornings start in the upper 50’s and go to highs in the 70’s.  I think we had one day in the 80’s, the locals were dying.  There are many misty mornings but hardly ever rains (both good and bad).  We had a thunderstorm last weekend which didn’t faze us being from the east coast, however according to the locals this was a really big deal.  Apparently they haven’t had a thunderstorm here in years.  Yes read that again my East Coast friends….years.  Who knew?  The downside for me at the moment is hills.  Virginia Beach is flat-as-a-pancake land.  Spending the last 5+ years running there makes one not well hill adapted.  I should have spent some more quality time at Mount Trashmore.  However I am determined to rock these hills….eventually.  Or at least climb them without dying.  If not at least I know if I am ever a flat lander again I should be speedy, or at least speedier than when I got here.

I have a feeling it will be hard to leave here when the time comes at least from a running point of view.  Luckily we have a few years here to enjoy it all.   Check it out…try not to drool.

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Oh and one last thing.  Never fear I have found a cupcake place here 🙂  Gotta have my cupcakes.

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On the Move (almost) Part 1 – Motivational Monday

Motivational Monday:  God is the same today, tomorrow and always

Hebrews 13:8 New International Version (NIV)

8 Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever.

No matter what is going on in your life, God never changes.  Our lives change, our circumstances change and we let life distract us from Him but he never takes His eyes off of us.  Never.

What’s up with Finding My Happy Pace in running?   Well to be honest its been at a complete standstill but NOT BY CHOICE!!  Just about 3 weeks ago I had to have a minor procedure, I’m fine, no worries, but it did require stitches.  Stitches wouldn’t have been a biggie except they are on the side of my knee so the Doc said no running.  “OK I’ll just walk….a lot” I said.  “Oh no.  No walking for exercise either.” said Doc.  WHAT?!?!  The only good thing about no running or walking was the timing.

What’s up with Finding My Happy Pace in life?  We (my family) are getting ready for a big move. Moving in general is no fun, moving across the country, well that adds a whole new level of “fun”.  So no running meant more time for me to obsess over how much stuff we have and how much we don’t need.

Since we were fully aware of the upcoming move.  I have been trying to declutter the house since January 1 of this year.  My family on the other hand has not been too keen on the house de-cluttering process, its pretty much been a one woman show.  But I do feel like I made some good progress.  I even bought a book about de-cluttering, hahaha, go ahead and laugh (my hubby did)  I think his words were like “Sooooo, you bought a book about how to de-clutter?  Doesn’t that book actually add to the clutter in the house?”  Turd 😉 ( I say that lovingly, really)  I actually liked the book a lot and related to a lot it was saying.  The book was Clutter Free by Kathi Lipp by the way, in case your interested.**  But I digress.  De-cluttering has been an awesome freeing feeling.  We still have a lot to go but its been a good start, for me anyway.

And now June has snuck up on us all.  This past week the packers have come and packed all our belongings (the amount of boxes is still unreal #firstworldproblems) , the truck came yesterday and the house is pretty much cleared out.  We shall be living on blow up beds and sleeping bags for the next week, I think its kind of neat and so far no complaints from the peanut gallery.  I am hoping to declutter more on the backend of the move.

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As far as my future running:  My stitches finally come out Monday wahoo!  My hope is to get a few runs in this week since the packing is all done.  I’m going to miss these routes I have mapped out the past 5 years.  You know the routes that you can run by feel anything from a mile to 10 but know exactly when to turn around.  And the shady routes you stick to on a hot summer day. Sigh.  I will miss you.  But I am also ready for some new and challenging running and life adventures!   Keep an eye out for all new adventures!

 

** I have no affiliation with Kathy Lipp or Clutter Free but I really did enjoy it.

 

 

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Thought for the Day – Give it YOUR All

Running about so much more than speed.  It’s about being the best you that you can be, and giving it your all.

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Motivational Monday – The Historic Half – What I Learned About Me

Quick Motivational Monday and Historic Half recap in words and pictures:

 

Things learned from a truly hot and hilly half marathon.

  • Hills are tough, I am tougher
  • I need more hill training in my life
  • Take Gatorade at the water stops on a really hot day, even if you hate it, you need it (done)
  • You can accomplish much more than you think.  Less doubting..more doing
  • Challenges are good and make you a better person & runner
  • HRT (heart rate training) truly does improve your endurance
  • I finished and it wasn’t about my time it was about my effort
  • When conditions aren’t ideal, run smart
  • Marines are good motivators
  • Bring on the next one!
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Done!

 

God is good, life is good  🙂

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Not the first or last but, the biggest hill of the half

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On course entertainment – downtown Fredericksburg

 

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Recap – Inaugural Petersburg Half Marathon

History meets Half Marathon.

Saturday, April 18, 2015, I participated in the Inaugural Petersburg Half Marathon in Petersburg Virginia.  I have been excited about this race since it was first announced.  Petersburg itself has a lot of historical significance and the theme of the race was based upon that.  A good portion of the movie “Lincoln” was actually filmed in Petersburg.

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The race course ran not only through historic downtown but also the beautiful and hilly (wink, wink) Petersburg National Battlefield.  As an added bonus the course also featured Battlefield re-enactment inside the historic park.

Pre race "selfie" with my friends and some of the re-inactment crew  and yes my friends photobomb very well :)

Pre race “selfie” with my friends and some of the re-inactment crew

 

I was very pleased that the sponsors of the race had done an excellent job relaying information via their Facebook page since the announcement of the race.  Info was easy to access, they responded quickly to questions and keep all the racers well informed.  Inaugural races can sometime be a little un-nerving because you don’t know what to expect.  I did not feel that way with this race.

The course itself was a challenge compared to the flat races I am used to in Virginia Beach, and admittedly I was a bit nervous about the course.  The only other “hilly” race I have ever done was back in November in CT at the Manchester Road Race which features one very L…O…N…G hill.  And Petersburg was hilly, not super tall hills but there were plenty of rolling hills along the course.

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The hills helped me prove to myself that I am much more capable than I have led myself to believe.  The week before I had a rather not-so-hot race at the Dismal Swamp Stomp, a flat-out and back half.  I started out too fast and had a hard last 5 miles.  Not a great feeling heading in to a more challenging course.  My goal for Petersburg was to finish well.  I did that and more.  I not only finished well but only 4 minutes slower than on the totally flat course the week before.  #winning

Here are a few pics from the race course as it traveled through Petersburg National Park and beyond.

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Post race featured a large finishers medal for the Half Marathoners, pizza, drinks and music.

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All in all the race was well planned, challenging and fun.  The sponsors have been wonderful about taking feedback from the runners and next years race is already open for registration.  The sponsors have also promised more entertainment as far as the amount of participants in the Battle re-enactment and possibly even cannon fire!

 

 

 

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Crazy Compression Giveaway! Are you ready to join the #CrazyClan ?

You may have tried compression socks but have you gotten CRAZY?

For those of you who follow me, especially on Instagram, you know I love me some crazy socks!  Can anyone say Fun Sock Friday?  I am proud to be part of the #CrazyClan as a brand ambassador for Crazy Compression.   A small company that makes their socks right here in the USA.  Fun, functional socks that let me express my inner crazy!

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But they aren’t just fun socks they are tech savvy too!

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Here are just a few examples of the OTC styles they carry:

 

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And check out their new line of Low Cut Runners:

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Crazy Compression has generously provided a pair of

**XS Pink OTC (over the calf) USA style socks for me to giveaway!

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***Please note this pair was pre-sent to me and are only available in size XS.  This is the size I wear and I am a 7.5.  In my opinion I would say I am at the upper end of the size and would not recommend going over that.  Here is the chart from the Crazy Compression Website:

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So who wants to join the #CrazyClan?  

Just click on the rafflecopter link located

at the top right of my blog to enter.  

Good Luck!

Ends 2/27/2015 at 12PM EST

 

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Year of the Peeps – Do you believe in New Years Resolutions?

This year I am trying something a little different on the Facebook page and Blog.  Each month I will post a “Question of the Month” for all you “peeps”.  You know “PEEPS”, you guys, amigos, buddies, etc.  Throughout the month I will throw out some reminders on the FB page.

I will do my best to blog responses in a timely manner.  My plan is the first week of the following month but hey I have commitment issues 😉  (actually no I have life, family and crazy schedule issues, hehe)

Any who……..I have dubbed this year:

Year of the Peeps

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January 2015’s question was “Do you believe in New Years resolutions?  Why or why not?”  I got a lot of mixed answers to this question.  Some peeps use them as motivation to learn something new, some don’t believe in them at all.  Here’s what you guys had to say:

Helen M:  ” I believe in them and have kept many of them. Learn to swim, stop smoking, start running are just a few from the past. This year it is run a marathon. Signed up for First one in May.”     (wahoo Go Helen!!!)

Kristi K:  “I believe we shouldn’t wait for New years to better ourselves. But for some people they need the mental support of other starting their journeys at the same time. I have never kept a resolution, maybe that’s why I think they don’t work!”  (I also believe if you have support of others that definitely helps!)

Tiffany B: Yes and I know, it’s good to set goals and stick to them. Yet you shouldn’t wait do to it once a year. Be your best all year-long!!!”  ( I also agree Tiffany!  Have different goals throughout the year is an awesome idea!)

Aimee P:  “I do! I think they are a fun way to motivate many aspects of your life!”  (motivation is the key to improvement!)

Kristy R: “I don’t do resolutions BC I feel like they are setting up for failure, I choose to do one word that I focus on in all areas of my life throughout the year. One year was healing, one was consistency, I’m still working on this years.”(This year I have chosen to go the same route as Kristy.  My word for 2015 is “Balance”)

 

So what do you think of New Year’s Resolutions?

Thanks everyone!  Keep an eye out of the February 2015 question.  

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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

 

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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

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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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Great Gifts for Running Friends $20 & Under!

It’s that time of year again and you have a long list of Running Buddies that have helped you rock 2014.  The big questions is…”What can I give them this is running related and won’t break the bank?”

No worries!  Here is a short list of fun running related items under $20 each!

 Help your friends:

Show their fun sporty and colorful side with gifts from Runner Decals.  Decals, Tumblers and more!**

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Be Safe with gifts from Road ID.  ID Bracelets, reflective items and accessories and more! *

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Keep fun in run in the run with gifts from Crazy Compression.  Compression socks and sleeves**

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Show them they are special with gifts from Momentum.  Beautiful, inspirational “Foot Note” bracelets, necklaces!***

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Great Holiday themed gifts from Gone For A Run.  In fact they have an entire Holiday Shop! Personalized Ornaments, Mugs and fun socks!***

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Keep your essentials with you on a run with the Running Buddy Mini from Running Buddy. (additional colors available) ***

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Keep cool while looking hot 😉 with Hippie Runner.  Sweat Wicking Headbands in hundreds of different patterns!***

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Accessories from Skirt Sports.  Socks and visors.  

Under $20 when you use code RWM25AMB thanks to Running While Mommy and get 25% off!

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I hope some of these ideas might come in handy.  Enjoy your holidays!

Do you have a favorite runner gift to give for under $20?

Disclosure:

* I am an affiliate of Road ID and will receive a percent of items sold only when my affiliate link is used.

** I am an ambassador for crazy compression and runner decals however I do NOT receive any monetary compensation from these companies.

*** I am not an ambassador / affiliated with Momentum, Gone for a Run, Running Buddy or Hippie Runner or Skirt Sports (I just really think they had some cool items to share)

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Runfyhp – Thanks for the Love and Road ID Gift Card Giveaway

2014 has been such and exciting and fun year at Runfyhp!  I hope you have all enjoyed the stories we’ve shared, the crazy fun races and accomplishments you’ve all had, and best of all the support and love we have shown to each other as a running community.  I personally enjoy cheering you all on each with through the Weekend SHOUT OUT.  I find it exciting to see all the races people are running all across the country and the world!  I love adding some inspiration to your week with Motivational Monday and so much more.  I hope you guys know that you inspire ME each an every day!

Therefore as a fun and simple thank you I would love one of you to win a $10 gift card to RoadID.  I was so excited to recently announce I have become an affiliate with RoadID.  I have had my bracelet for years and feel blessed to have been accepted into the RoadID family.  It really is a wonderful company I believe in 100%.  Such a simple idea, yet such and important one.

As runners, marathoners, triathletes etc. we do all we can to stay safe out there, however you can never plan for the unexpected.  My hope is that none of us ever have to rely on our RoadID but I know I feel safer every day I step out there when I have my bracelet on.  I personally never take mine off and I honestly don’t even notice it on my wrist anymore.  It’s just part of me now. “It’s Who I am.”

Interested in learning more about Road ID?  

Please feel free to use my affiliate link at the top right of my blog :

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I honestly wish I could give each an every one of you a gift card.  Really.  I think having a RoadID is that important.  I hope that if you don’t have one already (or if you don’t win) that you would consider purchasing one for yourself.  Many of the Road ID products start at under $20!  A $20 investment that could save your life, that’s a deal!

Thank you again for your support and love for my page and for each other throughout 2014.  

Let’s do it again in 2015 peeps!

Good Luck!

~ Darlena, Runfyhp

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at the top right of the Runfyhp blog page!

 

Legal blah, blah:  The $10 RoadID gift card was NOT provided to me for free but it was purchased on my own.  It’s just my thank you to all of you.

 

Coming in 2015:  

  • Mondays:  Motivational Monday continues

  • Tuesdays:  Healthy Tip Tuesday

  • Thursdays:  Weekend Shout out SIGN UPS ( on the Facebook page) continue

  • Fridays: Weekend SHOUT OUT (on the Facebook page) continue

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