Once upon a time, I was a Lazy Lady. In 2011, I decided to train for a half-marathon and since then, I've done multiple 5ks, a 10k, a few fun runs and the Disney Princess Half Marathon. Please pull up a chair and join me in my continuing endeavor to be healthy, frugal and happy!
Have you ever entered a contest, never thinking that you
would win? I did that the other day.
And I won!
St. Augustine Half Marathon Weekend’s Facebook page put out
a contest for the SLOWEST male and female half-marathon times. I entered with
my first Princess time of 4:12:32.
And I won!
It was posted the next day on their Facebook page that I was
I'm a winner!!!
I signed up as soon as Miami Tri Events emailed me the
secret code, and then began to freak out.
The Course Limit for the race is 3:30! I can’t do 3:30! I can hardly do 4:00! I shouldn’t have
registered. I should’ve just registered for the 10k (I’ve done that one). I’m slow,
I’m fat, blah blah blah.
However, I asked them on Facebook about the time limit and
they said that although I may be asked to get on the sidewalk, they would wait
for me; “No runner left behind”.I’m in
good hands for this race, I feel.
No Runner Left Behind
However, now to commencing the freak-out... Holy Shit, I have THREE weeks
to get back up to par for a half-marathon. After screwing around all