Thursday, July 3, 2008

The Weekend is Almost Here!

It is so nice that today is the final day of the work week! Tomorrow I will be running in the Brentwood Firecracker 5K. It's a great "out and back" course that is usually packed with runners and spectators. My Mom's dancing school is in Brentwood, so every year her students (the 3-6 year olds) are in the parade that follows the race. So after I finish my out and back I will head back down to the turnaround of the race, that's where the parade starts. I'll "march" along with them and keep the little one's in line! It should be a fun time though!
I'm excited for the 5K, I haven't run much this week because my foot has been bothering me. I'm hoping that it will feel pretty good for tomorrow though. I haven't done a 5K under 30 minutes in a while and I am REALLY hoping to finish it under 29.
Hope you all have a Happy Fourth of July!

3 comments:

Jess said...

Sounds like a lot of fun! Good luck in the race tomorrow!

D10 said...

You are going to do great tomorrow. You are certainly capable of breaking 30 minutes. have a fun weekend.

teacherwoman said...

Goodluck tomorrow and have a wonderful 4th of July weekend!

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