Monthly Archives: July 2013

You’ve got to be kidding me

Last year I signed up for the Disney Princess Half Marathon in late September. I just went to check the prices, and it’s already sold out for 2014! The race isn’t until February! In fact, ALL the Disney half marathons … Continue reading

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Game On

I found this in the mailbox today and immediately felt the need to blog about it. This is the cover of this month’s Texas Monthly. Yes, that’s Wendy Davis with her pink Mizunos from her marathon filibuster last month. Today’s … Continue reading

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Overachiever

I ran 12 miles this morning. I felt like an overachiever, on top of the world. I planned to go home and have a perfectly productive day. After all, it was only 9am. So far, I’ve taken a nap in … Continue reading

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I might as well say I just ate a car.

I’m going to preface this post by saying that I mostly think this guy is a moron. Meet the real life Forrest Gump. This is Eddie Izzard. Eddie spent 5 weeks training for his first marathon. It took him 10 … Continue reading

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Coach T is a genius

Coach T’s tip of the day for staying motivated: Make your race URL your default so you see it every time you log in to your computer. Put up a picture of your favorite race photo or running quote on … Continue reading

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Knee Haters

If you read The Oatmeal’s hilarious running cartoon yesterday, you may have stuck it out past the pictures and all the way to the fine print at the bottom. The Oatmeal made a pretty good point down there in the … Continue reading

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The Oatmeal

If there’s one thing I know about, it’s anxiety. Anxiety is the girl who sat next to me in 7th grade, who told me my hair was too frizzy, I was too fat, and my plaid shirt and doc martin’s … Continue reading

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