My Better Half Marathon…Unless You’re Us and Choose the 5k Option

Last year, we ran the 10k distance for the My Better Half Marathon and had a wonderfully valentiney time.  We felt that it brought us closer together having matching "bestie" bibs and medals with our photo in them.  Yes, we're shameless suckers for that stuff.  It seemed like a no brainer that, of course, we'd run it again … Continue reading My Better Half Marathon…Unless You’re Us and Choose the 5k Option

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Our Husbands Got the Runs…

Funny story, we were having dinner with a group of our friends, chatting about running and how much we hate it. Somehow, as the evening progressed, we managed to convince our husbands, our friends, and their husbands to run the Craft Classic with us. Our powers of persuasion impress even ourselves (or maybe it was … Continue reading Our Husbands Got the Runs…

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Favorite (or just least hated) Race So Far

So, the other day, we were working out (mostly chatting) and started talking about what makes a great race. Is it just getting a good finish time? Great swag? The weather? The company? We thought it would be fun to write about each of our favorite races thus far in our running "careers". Lydia's Story … Continue reading Favorite (or just least hated) Race So Far

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The Favorite Things Club: Running Gear Edition

Welcome to The Favorite Things Club!! Every so often we get overly excited about some product or another and feel the need to share it with the world. For us, this meant we needed to start an imaginary club where we could gab about our latest finds. This edition is all about the gear we … Continue reading The Favorite Things Club: Running Gear Edition

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Irish I Didn’t Have to Run!

St. Patrick's Day, let the shenanigans ensue!! We ran the ShamRock & Roll 10k on Saturday which was both entertaining and exhausting at the same time. The volunteers were really nice, encouraging and plentiful. Also, Annie dressed up...which is obviously the best part. Granted, she refused to wear the leprechaun tutu Lydia brought for her, … Continue reading Irish I Didn’t Have to Run!

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