Saturday, February 5, 2011

Inner Peace


If there was somewhere that I would go to find my inner peace I'm certain this would be it. 

I've been all over the place this week thinking about this race.  This is definitely a 'destination race' in my book.  And no matter what happens it will be an amazing weekend.  

I'm feeling back to full bars on the vitality scale.  I have been able to keep carbs down for 2 days now but no running to speak of this week.  And through all the flu-mess, I feel extremely confident that I'm going to have a GREAT race.  Is it bad to be overly-optimistic?  I hope not cause I just have a good vibe about this one... (Yay!) 

15 comments:

  1. You ARE going to have a great race...because it's so beautiful!!!! :) You are doing so amazing on your challenge...can't wait to read about Number 9!

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  2. Not running this week will only help you. The weather will be great tomorrow. Start slow and enjoy the views over the Pacific Ocean.

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  3. you are going to have a great race! you are rested and ready to go!

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  4. Have a great race!!!! And soak up some sun for me. :)
    Can't wait to hear how it went.
    Hugs,
    Erin
    http://seemomrunfar.blogspot.com/

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  5. GL Dawn!
    I agree with Chris the not running is going to help you...enjoy the beautiful location!

    D

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  6. Have a fantastic race! Don't think about the time off--probably better for you in the long run. Good luck!

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  7. Good to hear that you're feeling back on top of it. Good luck with your race.

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  8. YOU WILL DO GREAT!
    Enjoy this one!!

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  9. What could be more inspirational than that ocean view! It's going to go great...have a total blast and enjoy!!

    GOOD LUCK!!!

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  10. You'll be great! I feel it for you! Have fun.

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  11. Wow nice touch getting me coming out of the water at sunset. I should have been running though.

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  12. all the best this morning!! have fun, above all!

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  13. Just read your blog for the first time. Good luck with your 12 marathons. I will have to read more to figure out where and when. I think what is harder than actually running them is figuring out how to get away for several days per month and travel (and pay for the trips). Then again, I've got 3 little kids and a wife who all want to come with me.

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  14. Congrats on another finish toward 12in12!
    NINE?!!
    your time looks strong

    D

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