Early last month, I ran the Run Diva 5K as part of my partnership with Ultimate Racing. I’ve said it before and I’m sure I’ll say it again, but if you haven’t run any of the UR races, you’re missing out!
Hey strangers, long time no chat! I didn’t realize how long it’s been since I’ve written here until I sat down to do it.. and realized that my Memorial Day post was sitting as a draft that I never finished.. oops! To say we’ve been busy would be a serious understatement, but it’s mostly been fun stuff so I can’t complain. Instead of jumping into talking about what I’ve been up to, I wanted to update y’all on my running plans.. because they’re BIG!
So full disclosure, I’m a little scared to write this post. Actually a lot scared. I kind of feel like I have no business writing it, even though I know that’s not exactly true. I’m pretty candid about my running.. or lack of it, in recent months. I know I made a lot of mistakes, some of which led to my injury. I know I made some stupid decisions while I was hurt and that lead to a frustrated, slow (for me) runner who was on the verge of serious burn out.
Because we didn’t have enough crammed into the already busy Easter weekend, Adam and I decided to do the Run Rabbit Run 5K with some of our friends. I heard so many good things about the race last year, so I was eager to sign up. The course starts at the entrance to Queens Harbor Yacht & Country Club and you run along the neighborhood streets. It wasn’t at all congested and the scenery is gorgeous (especially if you’re like me and love looking at big, beautiful houses!).
Happy Friday! This has been.. a week. Holy geez. I kind of can’t believe it is already Friday. Sunday afternoon at Hollywood Studios, I started getting a headache, with a point right behind my right eye that was throbbing. By the time we got home, it was a full-blown headache and I was off to bed.