And here you have it!
|For the money, well worth it.|
With our 5K coming up, the one that I
need want to beat my PR time, we moved our schedule around to run Sundays instead of Saturdays. Which meant that Easter Sunday was a run day. With time constraints and getting off to a late start we hit a local rail trail and eeked out a quick 4 miles.
I might have started out slow but I pushed it in the last couple miles. My Garmin has a virtual partner feature. You set up the time/pace you want to hit and it shows you how far behind or a head of the "runner" you are. On all of my outside runs, I have never beat my VP, as I have said before I am not a speedy runner. I set it up to pace me at 10:57 pace... like I said not speedy.
Look what I did!
I fear I am burying the lead. Gavin and I were watching the Boston Marathon last year. We decided that in solidarity to the city that we love we would go back for the same events this year. First the Red Sox game and then out to the streets where the Marathon goes by to watch the runners as they approach the finish line.
What and amazing day it ended up being. The weather couldn't have been better for runners and spectators and the energy in the air was just all you could ask for on a Marathon Monday.
|Just about 1 Mile to go!|
|Look who we met, Carlos!!! He was SOOO nice!|
|Walking down the middle of Boylston while they wrap up the race.|