Today is the day of the Frankenthon marathon that I thought I'd be running this year. I even planned my eldest daughters birthday party around the race. (She'll be celebrating tomorrow instead of today). But about 5 weeks ago my training fell apart. My body and mind revolted at the idea of long distance runs and I threw in the towel. Today, I am extremely disappointed. The weather is perfect for 4 hours of running and I am insanely jealous of the people who are out on the trail today. Instead, I'm sitting in my kitchen staring at un-carved pumpkins, drinking coffee and writing this post. Boo-hoo. Ok, that's enough self-pity. I am a runner and as runners know, we do not give up. Just because I life piled up too many negatives for this race doesn't mean I won't be lacing up and running 26 at some point. I haven't looked at the race schedules for my area lately because the family has been in a "transitional" period. We are waiting to find out if we will be moving out of state or not. Since I don't know where we might be in 6 months it's hard to choose a particular future race. But I will still be entering races as they pop up. In fact, we will be spending Thanksgiving in Little Rock, AK, this year and (although the Hubs doesn't know it yet) I'm hoping to do a turkey trot while we are there.
Anyone else doing a Turkey Trot this year?