Happy Friday! What a seriously crazy week it has been. I am so glad that the weekend is only a few hours away. My work load is about to increase like crazy so I have big plans to relax this weekend and get as much done around the house as possible. Since it is Friday, we need to make some time for a coffee break before we get this weekend started!
If we were having coffee today, I would probably order the largest cup of coffee available and add an extra (or two) of espresso to it. I am seriously exhausted today. Last night, a few of my coworkers and I headed over to Orlando for the IOA Corporate 5k with our Orlando office. It was a ton of fun but it was also a really, really late night. All these late nights are starting to catch up with me and it is only going to get worse over the next couple of weeks.
If we were having coffee today, I would tell you about the crazy silly thing that I did on Wednesday. What I did may even be considered to be completely Dopey. Can you guess what I might have done? Well I may or may not have registered for the 2015 Dopey Challenge. That’s right I have decided to tackle 48.6 miles in 4 day again next year. I know that I haven’t posted my final thoughts about the challenge (look for that post very soon!). When I crossed the finish line of that marathon, I knew that I was going to do it again. I knew that I wanted to train harder and run faster. I just knew that I would run it again. Are you planning to run any of the races during the WDW Marathon weekend?
If we were having coffee today, I would want to talk about the upcoming Boston Marathon. I am still amazed that it has a year since the tragic events of the 2013 Boston Marathon. History always talks about defining moments of generations. That day may not have been as defining as other moments but it definitely struck a chord in the heart of every runner. I remember sitting on my computer at work listening to the race in the background. I was in awe of the strength and ability of Shalaine Flanagan and Kara Goucher. When I heard about the bombing, I remember sitting at my desk in shock. We may never truly understand why it happened but we will always remember that day. #BostonStrong
If we were having coffee today, what would you share?