The laziest blog post ever.
Yep, that's all I did last week to mark the halfway point of this adventure. I was recovering from being on vacation for a week (where I got minimal rest) and work was hell all week. I continue to follow the Run Less, Run Faster plan and some of these paces are tough. But this should make the marathon easier, right? Someone please say yes!
The highlights were a little painting and wine time with the mommas from Moms Run This Town.
It started out a little scary.
But turned out not so bad. And this is my view every morning going in to work.
Then, the week ended with a Rogue Run. We were supposed to run a local half that is co-sponsored by the marathon team, but I just wasn't feeling a run through farmland. After the Zooma debacle, I need a fantastic half and I didn't think this was going to be it. So one of my wonderful teammates created the Going Rogue run. About 40 of us ran our own little half around Richmond. We covered part of the marathon route and I got to run over a new bridge. And we even got a medal and certificate at the end. Greg is awesome.
And here's my running twin, except she's a lot faster. We even have the same shoes, and excellent taste in skirts.
I didn't race this run, but rather just let the miles roll by. We still have a long way until November 16th, so let's go drink a milkshake.
That's my crazy kid sucking down my peanut butter chocolate milkshake. It's a good thing he's cute.