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Monday, June 11, 2018

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Erika

We are always harder on ourselves than anyone else is. I've run 75 half marathons and 7 marathons - and I felt like I was wimping out by running the 5K. I had valid reasons - but really if I just wanted to run the 5K, I shouldn't beat myself up about choosing the shortest distance. Why are we always so hard on ourselves?

I don't mind loops - but I'd actually prefer 4 because it causes you to see more people. Nice to hear that everyone was as supportive out on the course as at the finish line. I had so much fun cheering in all of the half marathoners.

Hope to see you there again next year!

Lynne Nielsen

I loved reading your blog about the race. I felt like I was back there running the race again:). The lake and the geese were my favorites. Also the camaraderie of all the other runners. There was a great feeling in the air:). You did so well out there! I’m so amazed at how you were so sick and then you RAN A HALF MARATHON! That is so impressive! I loved seeing you smile when you turned to run downhill. I knew you were ok:). Btw, you have a beautiful smile:).

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