Marathon training is going good. I did skip today's training run because I had committed to run "Race for the Cure". The training run was 4 miles, and Race of the Cure is only 3.1. So right before the finish line I made a U turn and ran back a 1/2 mile, then back to the finish to get my full 4 miles in. Everyone looked at me like I was an idiot. Some lady at the finish line keep yelling at me, "Your going the wrong way!" I guess she thought I had a few Mermosa's before the race.
During the race I paced myself against a blind guy running with his wife guiding him. I was passed by a guy with one leg. There are a lot of amazing people out there. A lot a people with incredible courage and fight. Tyler, Stef, Sinjin, and Kylee are just a few of the many people fighting their battle with courage every waking moment. I am in awe of their strength and determination.