Having the Aggie band at the starting line did not pump me up. People, when I'm nervous, the Aggies are not going to help!
Feet, get ready for some running. 1 hour, six minutes to be exact.Thank God for T, my running buddy. Without her encouragement and company, I would have started walking at about mile 3! Our conversation around mile 3:
Me: This officially sucks.
T: The adrenaline will kick in soon.
Me: My adrenaline is looking for a chair.At the finish line. Thank God. A 10K is more than twice as worse as a 5k. On the way to the car after the race, T and I saw chandeliers hanging in the trees at Discovery Green. How perfect. What a great idea for an outdoor party or event.
After running longer than I have ever run before, a parkway full of chandeliers was well deserved! I'm half-way to my half marathon goal. It wasn't pretty, but we did it. The rest of the weekend? I was too tired to remember anything!