I wanted to write more about Boston. To tell about my sadness. But it is hard to write when you cannot process. Right now, I am just not processing. It’ll take time. This is all very personal to me, as it is to many of you. What I know is this…nothing can take away my love for running or for Boston. Next weekend, when I hit the pavement for my first half-marathon of the year, I’ll definitely have the Boston runners in my heart. For now though, I’ll share my favorite of the photos that have been popping up:
Also, yesterday I represented by wearing this to work:
As I said when I posted on my page- bad at selfies; sorry, not sorry!
Best Run Ever-
All my best runs are the ones I have downtheshore. Wildwood is my favorite place and running is my favorite thing.
Three Words That Describe My Running-
Slow. Steady. Spirited.
My Go-To Running Outfit
Running skirt by C9 with tank top or short sleeves. I wear it a lot. I just bought a new one because this one is so worn out.
I Won’t Run Outside When It’s…
Dark. I am a kidnapping waiting to happen.
Worst Injury – And How I Got Over It
Broken foot. Physically, I got over it just by letting it heal and working my way back a little at a time. Mentally, still not sure if I am over it. I have spent a lot of time injured.
I Felt Most Like a Badass Runner When…
I ran the last miles of the marathon on a broken foot. With a smile.
Potential Running Goal for 2013
Stay uninjured. If I get a PR, that is just the cherry on top.
My Next Race Is…
Sunday. Rutgers 13.1