People think I am crazy

Thursday, January 12, 2012

I know some of you are patiently awaiting my blog about my very first half marathon. I haven't forgotten its just my running partner has 3/4 of the pics of me. Not to mention the official pics are just starting to come out.

I just couldn't wait to post the odd thing that happened to me today. My co-worker/running partner convinced our boss to buy us really nice running shirts with the company logo. We often do charity runs/ walks and it would be nice to do them in a running shirt versus a t-shirt. So she is doing a 3k run this weekend and a half marathon in March. We have 2 charity walks planned for later this year. I told them it was my goal to complete a 5k, a 10k, a half marathon, a sprint triathlon, and a mud bike/run obstacle course this year. Plus all the charity walks we register for. EVERYONE INCLUDING THE RUNNER THOUGHT I WAS CRAZY AND STATED SO. Not to mention I spent my lunch hour on picking out events to compete in.

So my Spark friends am I crazy? I don't think so. I think I have just changed and set new things to motivate me. The races are spread throughout the year. Not to mention I already completed the half marathon. Thoughts??
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    If that makes you crazy, then I want full admission onto that crazy boat!!! We shall sail off and laugh at them as we continue to do "crazy" things.

    2961 days ago
    No you are not crazy.

    Spark on!
    2961 days ago
    No your not crazy emoticon good luck on your journey emoticon ------------ emoticon
    2962 days ago
  • IILAAD65
    I LOVE that!! thanks for the site.. I will definitely check it out!

    I am signed up for a 5k in April and they usually give us flyers for 5ks and races coming up!

    I also plan to finish my first 1/2 marathon in October.

    GO YOU!!!
    2962 days ago
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