Saturday, May 3, 2008

Torrey Pines & Princess Happy

Today's run was great. The weather was beautiful, and it felt so good to be running with my TNT team again. After taking a few weeks off for my injury, I was surprised how easily my body adapted to this 10 mile run. I had planned on only completing 6 miles, but kept going since I was feeling good. I was winded the last few miles, and my knee is tight (not in pain, just tight), but I did it!!! My running amigas kept me movin'! (I love 'em!) Coach says I can train this week and attempt the 20-miler "train" run we're doing next weekend. Yay!!!

We also had a fundraising challenge, so the coach of the team that had the least % of fundraising met had to run in costumes. We "saved" Coach Pattie who is the coach of my "B" team, but her hubby (Coach Happy of the 1/2 Marathon team), had to run in a tutu, tiara and boa.'s not all bad...I hear he received a few proposals and wolf whistles on the run. :) Don't worry folks....we've got video this time around. Once Coach "Princess" Happy uploads it to YouTube, I'll post the link. And, if ya'll don't help me reach my $10,000 fundraising goal in the next few weeks, I'll personally send Princess Happy to your house (yes, that's a threat). *smile*

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