I will have:
- driven to St. George with Anne.
- eaten one lasagna dinner provided by Anne’s mom (thanks for the invite).
- slept at least 6 hours (this may be wishful thinking).
- donned my running gear, including my BFF, SportShield.
- pulled my hair into my favorite workout style of late, pigtails. Nothing like a soon-to-be 30-year-old in pigtails.
- ridden a bus about, oh, 26.2 miles.
- stood in the freezing cold for a little under 2 hours waiting to start.
- probably thrown up from nerves.
- run at least 10 miles.
- have about 16 miles to go.
- maybe a blister or two.
- listened to a number of fantastic songs.
- thought, “Really? A good idea? 26.2 miles?”
And now I have to ask, aren’t you sad you’re not me? Or maybe I’m the one who’s sad to not be you. Yes, that’s sounds right.
You know you are all excited for my recap which I have a feeling will be brought to you by “Dear You”, inspired, of course, by the St. George Marathon.
I wish I COULD run! You’re so ambitious. And I sure hope you didn’t throw up beforehand…
Chloe texted me after the marathon. It appears she’s still alive. Way to go, Chloe!!!
By now you would have finished running that marathon!Congratulations!
Been thinking of you today! Can’t wait to hear how it went!! I’m sure you rocked it!!
I’m nervous for you! I hope it’s great.
good luck! i know you’ll do fabulous! my half is this weekend too!
Good Luck! I am sad I am not in good shape but I am not said I don’t get to run 26.2 miles. I guess that explains a lot.
good luck chloe! you are a rockstar and this is going to be cake. can’t wait to hear how it goes.
Chloe,good luck! I can’t wait to hear all about it. Dinner on me when you get back:)Don’t forget to carb load. Pasta with alfredo sauce should get you through that first 5K!:)
Good good good luck! Very exciting. By the way, I’m over 30, and my fave workout hairstyle is pigtails. So rock it!
You can do it!!!! And we will celebrate when you get back.GOOD LUCK!!!!
You can totally do this. This was my mantra an I ran, “Pain is Temporary, Quitting is Forever.” (Lance Armstrong). Seriously, I said it over and over and over, for many hours. You can do this. You can finish this. You will be so proud of yourself, and we will all be proud of you, too. Good luck!
I can’t believe we didn’t talk about this at lunch yesterday! Good luck –
I’m so excited for you! You are ready for this and will do great. Enjoy the experience.I can’t wait to hear about it–every last detail!Go Chloe!!!
good luck chlo! Im sad I did not get to see you today before you left! Lame… Oh well! Run Hard and Don’t Die – We can’t survive here without you!-Elise
Good luck!! You can do it!
I wish I was running a marathon. Hope all goes well and can’t wait to hear how it was.0
Good luck! I wish mine were this weekend!
good luck! i will be thinking about you!!! 🙂
i’m not gonna lie. i’m not sad that i’m not you right now (tho usually i am ;)but i AM sad that i’m not that person who will be cheering you and anne on at the finish line.you’ll do great! i’m so proud of you already! can’t wait to hear the recap. BON CHANCE!!!
Good luck! I hope to be in your shoes one day and be able to say “I’ve run a marathon!”
I am sad I’m not you! You have more ambition and determination than I’ll ever have! Good luck..nothing will beat how great you’ll feel when it’s over. 🙂 Can’t wait to read about it!