Well. Here we go. I’m not really stressing out. No really. I’m not. Just ate a piece of pie, and (this may be TMI), I just went to the bathroom after…three days. No lie. It is a surreal feeling to be approaching the end of this training schedule, and to finally have finished.
Last night: 4 miles at 10:28 pace, but the wind kicked my butt. Seriously. I was on one of the overpasses and the wind literally did push me almost off the sidewalk. I had to wear my visor around my neck to keep it from blowing away. Tonight, we do 3, and tomorrow…2. Then ready for the weekend.
I’m wondering what food you eat before the race…yes I can read it on websites, but I look to my tried and true bloggers to give me the real skinny on food. So, hit me up in the comments if you have suggestions. I know, I ask this a lot. I have some sort of memory loss when it comes to what you’ve told me before.
Good luck to The Laminator & Frayed Laces, as they head to Boston. Found this quote.
The marathon’s about being in contention over the last 10K. That’s when it’s about what you have in your core. You have run all the strength, all the superficial fitness out of yourself, and it really comes down to what’s left inside you. To be able to draw deep and pull something out of yourself is one of the most tremendous things about the marathon.~Rob de Castella.
3 days left. After today. I’m nervous as hell.