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The Day Before

Posted May 30 2013 9:26am
Hi. I'm alive. 

Wedding planning is now referred to as, "the great and all powerful vanisher of time." I've been forced to eat salads for lunch and dinner because my activity is zilch. Is that German? Zilch? If so, one word closer to hob-nobbin' with the Germs later this year. Hob-nobbin? Germs? I really need to get out more.

The rest of this post was written the day before the Madison 13.1 on May 26, 2013. As you'll read, I was a scant bit nervous. 

Dun, dun, duuuuuuuuun.

I'm running the Madison 13.1 this weekend. This is a fun run... a naked fun run.

Yes. Naked. 

Naked running simply means running sans watch. Sorry to get your hopes up but I'm not going to be prancing around with my you-know-whats hanging out. Trust me, ain't nobody want to see that or even read about that so moving right along...

The only things that differentiate this race from a long training run are:

the bib
timing chip
medal
water/gatorade handed to me by a complete stranger (until mile marker 6, then I get water handed to me by a FRIEND!)
and bananas at the end to fill my belly.

Notice I didn't list pace, time, PR, speed, negative-splits... etcetera. 

Tomorrow learn how this under-trained race concluded. Did I finish? Did I DNF? Did I cry? Did I walk? Did I PR? AND, I'm including pictures! YES, pictures! They're back. 

Hugs and Kisses. 
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