Does that mean you have to wait to see if you actually get to do it? WOW what an endeavor. I have always wanted to try one or at least a half marathon but good luck. I am sure you will conquer it.
I want to run it someday. I'm nowhere near to fit enough for it, but I'm planning on doing one someday- by my 30th birthday if possible. I'm so impressed Rae, you may be crazy but its a good crazy. And the run is through such a gorgeous area, You may be dead by the time your done but it will so be worth it. Way to go!!!
Wow! Good for you girlfriend! I ran the Philly marathon a year and a half ago. I am so glad I did it! It has always been a goal of mine. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask. I have training guides and everything!
Maybe Phill can catch you this time instead of someone else!
I bow down to your greatness. :)Good luck!
I know that distance runners are crazy, but they are my favorite kind of people-- it's true!Good luck! (you'll need it--every day!)
oh, not to say that you'll need luck because you aren't a good runner... I just meant that training is the hardest part. That, along with the nerves, nausea, doubt, etc. Good luck with all that! :P
WOW!!!YAY!!!I AM TOTALLY ROOTING FOR YOU!!!! I bow down to those that run marathons....I just don't have the drive in me to do one but after running a half and then watching the full marathoners finish, I have a whole new respect for them. You will kick butt, you have had three babies...a marathon is nothin' ;).
Yes, I agree. You must be crazy. Not even if being chased by a deranged lunatic would I run that far. Ever. More power to you, crazy lady. :)
Hm... you've got me reconsidering doing one myself. I've always (ALWAYS) wanted to...Now it's just a matter of when!You'll do it, and you'll be immensely proud of yourself. I'm sure it will create a lot of learning experiences in the rest of your life both during the training and after the accomplishment. I've got no doubts on you, Roydeedoydee!
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