Sunday, March 28, 2010
Friday, March 26, 2010
Monday, March 22, 2010
Saturday, March 13, 2010
As for the sticker chart, we're about half way full and now she can work on earning enough stickers to get some other earrings to wear once her 6 weeks are up! Brett said I'm a sucker for doing it early, and he's right :)
putting the markings on
all I had on me was my phone at the mall to take pics, so when we got home I wanted to take one with our nice camera! She loves them!!
this has nothing to do with the post, but since I was taking Haylee's picture, Dylan sat down on the ground and started saying "cheese," so I couldn't resist. He's a cute little bug!!
Monday, March 8, 2010
Leg 2: "Red Rock N' Roll" 5.19 milesZac was up next. Let's just say Zac is one of the fastest men I have ever met. After Jamie was cooled down and stretched, we all piled in the car and headed off to the 3rd leg starting line. As we drove, we asked ourselves, "where is Zac?" We hadn't taken that long to take off, but he was long gone! Well, we finally found him- way down the road and he was haulin'!! This course was rated at 6-7 for difficulty.
Zac in the zone
Leg 3: "Navigators Nightmare" 5.71 miles
Leg 4: "Dixie Stampede" 5.22 miles
This leg had Brett's name written all over it! He did great and even put up with a beast of a hill that was in our half marathon in January! The difficulty was set at a 7 and he maintained his Boston Marathon qualifying speed! He just needs to do that for 21 more miles and he's set :)
coming to the finish!
Leg 6: "Trails Trails and Lama Tails" 3.95 MilesLet me just start off by saying, after you ran your 1st leg, it was really hard (at least for me) to gain the motivation to run a 2nd time! This was Jeff's 2nd leg, which was perfect for him and his injury. The difficulty was a 4 and he did awesome. No Lamas were to be seen though, what a rip off!
To me, this leg sucked!! The wind really started picking up at this point which made it hard to maintain a good pace. The coarse is rated at a 5 and says in it's description, "a windy flat run, with a little bit of a big hill near the end you might like." Yah, who ever likes to finish a run with a big hill? Not this girl? That mixed with the wind, is where I asked myself "why do I do this??"
climbing the last hill
finishing as a team