It’s that time of the month…
I’d tell you that on a whim, I signed up for a new 5k in Brooklyn.
I must have amnesia on how hard it is get up at 5:30 am, stand all day and after work take the subway, LIRR and another subway to get to the race on time and run a 5k.
and since I was on a roll, I signed for this one in Brooklyn too:
Ever impulsively sign up for a race and then regret it?
I’d tell you that I ran my 4th half marathon in FOUR months in May.
I’m not tired from training because honestly I did not train but I am tired of thinking that I should train.
My next one is not until September 8. And it will be a training run since I will be in the midst of marathon training at that time.
How many halfs do you run in a year? How far apart? Do you train for all of them?
I’d tell you that our new kitten, Chap (short for Champion) has finally warmed up to my hubby (though I think he still prefers me). Our older cat is still not a fan and Champ is afraid to go outside. Our cats have always been outdoor cats and I will have to buy all new furniture and rugs if he does not get over his fears.
Do your pets get along? Any advice to make my older cat hate the kitten less?
I’d tell you that I registered for a local half marathon because I am nervous about completing a 20 mile training run.
This way I will have company for the last 13 miles of it. I hope to run with some of my running friends.
My plan is to first run 7 miles near the finish, take the shuttle bus to start and end up back at my car.
Have you ever used a half marathon as a part of a training run for a longer race?
I’d tell you I ran the Freihofer Run for Women for the 12th year in a row. It’s the only race that I have run EVERY year (no matter what.)
Is there one race that you always run each year?
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