I am home having a snow day!
Technically it's an ice day...
see the lovely sheet covering everything.
I didn't get to race much last year, but I did run 1,058 miles and set a few new PR's. I can spend 2015 making myself crazy trying to match or beat them now.
My running schedule for 2014:
Jan. 19th - 15K
Feb. 9th - 8K
March 29th - 10K
April 6th - 5K Team Soup Run (Campbell's run)
April 12th - 15K
May 10th - Glow Run-canceled due to weather
Nov. 15th - Richmond Half
yep, that was all it...
2014 started off with the Frostbite 15K
I ❤ a 15K, I am sad I am not running it this year.
February - The sweetheart 8K
Monument Ave 10K - rained the whole race
I was smiling when I got home, but I got very sick that night
My PR 10K finish - I had run it faster in training, but I was happy with my finish, it was humid and raining the whole race
|Team Soup 5K - it was very cool this day, I felt like I was flying lol|
|My PR 5K - but the course was short :/|
|The weekend after my 5K I ran another 15K|
I was about 40 seconds slower than in January, but I didn't care I had fun
In May, run buddy and I were supposed to run a fun event together, but a storm blew in and damaged a bunch of equipment so...
we put on our own glow gear and ran our own race
June and July - I had a few great hiking days
I never plan races in summer
Over the summer I cheered for run buddy running in the heat...
and did cross training at the shooting range
was entertained by my cats - see Junior's hiding spot lol genius...
had a fun beach - biking getaway weekend with my love :)
and finally November rolled around...
|November - 25th anniversary|
November - the Richmond Half
It seems impossible, but my 2015 race schedule may be even skimpier, but as long as I can keep running it will be a good year.
Would you get bored with running if you could't race a lot?