Well, Angela and I are as ready as we’ll ever be. In less than ten hours, we’ll be on the way to running 26.2 miles. It’s been a long time coming (well, six months) and we are ready for it.
We went to the pre-race pasta dinner put on at the Presbyterian church just down on Monument Ave this evening. The pasta was some of the best I’ve ever had, too. Angela’s got her stuff all ready, her plans to run with her buddy for at least the first ten miles, and her iPod loaded with fun songs.
Me, I run at least half the time alone and just looking around at all the sights. One of the best parts of running is getting to notice things at street level you’d never see even from a car. Tomorrow, I’m going to take in the city of Richmond and love every minute of it. All
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