Running, Running and more Running...is an apt description of my life last week.
As my husband commented on Sunday afternoon (when I was heading for my second nap of the weekend), in the past 8 days, I have been in an athletic event 50% of the days.
First I did my IronGirl Tri, next I ran a marathon near my hometown I grew up in, Saturday I ran a 5km race near my new hometown and finally Sunday I finished off my week of athletics at the Annapolis 10 miler. For some of these events I tried to do well but really did poorly (IronGirl--although word on the street is that the swim might have been long!). One event I was keeping company with a friend and wanted to run her pace regardless of what it was (CJ's Race to Remember on the C&O Canal). One event I wanted to ensure I went quick enough to spend some quality time afterwards with my dad (Self Transcendence Marathon) and one event all I wanted to do was finish in the alotted time.
In summary I did the
IronGirl Tri in 3:40
Self Transcendence Marathon in 4:58:13 (5 seconds slower then my dads picture!)
CJ's Run to Remember in ???? (because they still have not posted the results.)
My best guess is about 50 minutes for this 5 km run.
Annapolis 10 miler in 1:41:05
I have pictures in my camera that I want to post; but so far I have not downloaded them.
My lame excuse is that I am too busy working on the statistical conference I am the co-chair of, which is less than 4 weeks away. Current enrollment is over 600 attendee's (with a cap of 750 statisticians, which we just may meet!)