Five things I need to tell you about before the weekend…
This is Goliath and Goliath thinks he is a dog, but he is not. Goliath is actually …..
I just found out that Mythbusters has been cancelled. This is somewhat scary for me because now MacGyver will be forced to blow up and destroy things all on his own.
Remember when I told y’all that I was trying out Latisse and I was a little concerned that it didn’t work overnight? Well, it does work and it did work, it just took a bit of time. I wanted to wait the full 16 weeks to give you my honest opinion but check out my eyelashes and you be the judge.
Monday cannot get here soon enough.
And the last thing on my list, thing #5
Does it seem like everybody and their Mother is running a half or a full marathon these days? I feel like every person I talk to is training for either or, and it seems they always ask me questions like, what should I do for chaffing or do I need to bring my own water and other things that you would think they would know the answer to.
But then I remembered when I ran a half marathon many years ago someone asked me what corral I was in. I realized I had no idea what a corral was and how that worked. Back then google images was not a thing so I went to that race expecting to be placed in a chute like a bull in a rodeo. Yeah, I’m an idiot.
Anyway, my girl Katie over at the Rock and Roll Marathon Series sent me this cute infographic. It includes some simple rules and debunks some common myths to help you make sure your marathon is a successful one. So whether it’s your first one or not, take a look. You might learn something or it might just remind of a mistake you once made….and you know you have, everybody makes a mistake every now and then.
Hope y’all have a fabulous weekend. I’ll check in with you once or twice with a little update.
Are you racing this weekend? (Not me, I’d rather sit in the air conditioning, see: weather.)
Have you ever made a silly mistake during a race that you laugh about now? (You already know I have, plus once I ran the wrong way for about two tenths of a mile.)