1. I'm working on a race recap for Wildcat 50k. I promise it's coming. It has made me realize that I never wrote one for Howl at the Moon. I have little to no desire to recap that race for some reason. For me it could be best summed up as an awful day, even though I ran 44 miles. What's so awful about that? I don't know. And honestly it wasn't so much that it was awful, I just felt so down & defeated from that race that I just want it behind me. Anyway...WC50k race recap is definitely coming! I have the post started I just need to find more than a few minutes to sit & write it all out. To give you a sneak peek I will let you know that it will include words like awesome, steady pace, much improvement, PR, breaking under a new hour marker, etc. etc. You get the point....it was a gooooood race! Here is me when I finished:
2. G.O. H.A.R.D. is coming up next week on November 20th. I had heard about it for the first time last year (<click to see my post about it) & participated. This year it seems to be out there all over the internet. If you are a runner, my guess is that you've heard about this. But maybe not, so I'm doing my job & promoting it. You can even join the Facebook event and join thousands of others who are participating. In case you need any tips or further instructions on how to properly participate please watch this video for some very important information:
3. Mommy Matters: Haven't done one of these for awhile. There is always something going on in the mommy department, I just don't always blog about it. Anyway, as we were leaving the park after WC50k I received a phone call that my daughter was having an allergic reaction & was being taken to the emergency room. Oh wonderful & we were over an hour away. So we mad rush to get home to her & get more details about this reaction. She just recently started having these reactions, but we have no idea what is causing them. We had already been to her primary dr. who could find nothing wrong & advised to treat it with bendryl. At that point her reactions were minor, nothing to be alarmed about. Over the last 2 months each reaction has gotten worse & just last week I took her to a specialist to start a deeper process of finding out what is triggering this reaction. They sent her blood off for testing, but in the mean time she had this reaction which was worse & cause her tongue & throat to swell. Hence, the er visit and over night hospital stay she endured. Ack! This has turned from something minor to something very serious. If each reaction is getting worse.....we don't want to know what's going to happen next time! Unfortunately while we wait for the tests come back she's like a walking time bomb. Who knows if or when she might go off. Ack!!!!
~Ever have a race that you just wanted to forget about?
~Are you going to participate in G.O. H.A.R.D?
~Do you have any allergies? Or in your family?