2017 was another running year. I ran more virtual events than ever before. I spent my 40th birthday run/jog/walking a half marathon at Disneyland. I wore my fitbit, of course. But, I switched my focus from 10,000 steps a day to concentrating on the number of miles I ran. My plantar fasciitis was still a bit of an annoyance. But, it was better than in
Who knew I was going to become a runner? I certainly didn’t. However, I found that it works for my lifestyle. I don’t love the training, but I really enjoy the run events. I’m not fast, but I finish. It is rewarding. I feel good. I feel accomplished. Somewhere around the beginning of my running adventure I learned about the Tinker Bell Half Marathon in
It’s no secret that I love Disney. Over the years I have acquired a few fun items. I never had a good place to display them. But we are now done home schooling, and that opened up a wall that was once covered in learning material. The wall was a blank canvas that I chose to decorate in all things Disney.
Doh! The big day. A Disney Half Marathon. And, not only that is was the second race of the Rebel Challenge. The Star Wars 10K + Star Wars Half Marathon = Star Wars Rebel Challenge. 2 races in 2 days. 3 medals. I woke up at the should-still-be-sleeping time of 3:30am. I didn’t do much for costumes. But, I did decide to wear orange. I
Saturday was the first race of the Star Wars Rebel Challenge at Disneyland. It was a 10K, which at this point, is my favorite distance. It’s more challenging than a 5K. But not near as challenging as a half marathon. I still feel fairly new to running. I’ve actually not run many 10K’s and the next day would only be my 3rd half marathon. So,