Not to sound super whiny or anything … but my year so far hasn’t been great. Between a nasty sinus infection that still has me hacking up funny things and a migraine, I’ve been mostly sick. And stressed, since my husband is getting a hip replacement next Tuesday and we’re SO NOT prepared!
Add to this the fact that the 2017 Princess Half Marathon is now less than SIX WEEKS AWAY and <<disclosure time>> I’m in horrible shape. As in, not able to walk to my mailbox let alone 13.1 miles from still feeling sick and toxic. But I refuse to freak out … much. Instead, I slowly climbed back on the wagon last Friday as a part of my yearlong Recover, Run, Rejoice plan.
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and when I say run, I mean all the races – local, non-local, Disney, what have you, where I will..
with every step!
This is especially important now that WE’RE REGISTERED FOR THE 2018 DOPEY CHALLENGE!!!!! Yes, Jackey, Rob, and I took the plunge yesterday and purchased race bibs from a travel agent since the packet only required a two night Disney resort stay and no park tickets.
Oh my goodness. I’m so excited. I’m so excited!!!! I love everything about the Dopey Challenge, which I covered in this 10 Reasons why you should do the Dopey Challenge post last year.
So. I have a long year ahead of me, all of which I will be documenting in a Recover, Run, Rejoice vlog series on our YouTube Channel. Be sure to check it out and if you have had any experience getting a cortisol shot in a ligament, please let me know how that turned out!
Until then, happy running and have a joyful day!