I signed up for my first half marathon when I completed my first 10k in June. After completing that race and crossing it off my 30 Before 30 list, I felt on top of the world. I wanted to give myself a new challenge – something I never imagined I’d be able to do. Hubster required a little convincing, but we signed up together and the date was set.
It’s time to cross out #29 on my 30 Before 30 list!
The weather on Madeline Island was perfect for our trip. We knew that we had to rent mopeds and ride around the island, just like we had done when we were there four years ago. We rode into Big Bay State Park and decided to walk a trail that the gentleman at the rental store had recommended.
One of the things on my 30 Before 30 list was to run a 10k. There are some people for whom running comes naturally. They can easily run long distances with little to no training.
I am not one of those people.
You guys!!!! I just registered for that 10k that my city does…the one on my 30 Before 30 list. I am SO excited! It’s in June and Hubster agreed to run with me.
That’s all I wanted to say, really. Eeep!
I’m crossing another thing off of my 30 Before 30 list! While in Paso Robles, California, for Fitcation ’13, I was able to tour not one but two wineries. Castoro Cellars was beautiful and hosts the annual Earth Day Food and Wine Festival. We also went to Halter Ranch, where we hiked up a steep hill to a giant old oak tree, walked through the winery and caves and got to put our feet up and taste some wine.
Fitcation ’13 helped me check an item off of my 30 Before 30 list. I went sea kayaking again! When Hubster and I went kayaking on our honeymoon in Mendocino, California, I knew I had to go kayaking in the Pacific again someday. Many of the Fitcation ’13 ladies and I enjoyed kayaking in Morro Bay thanks to Kayak Horizons!
In the fall, I joined a local chapter of MOPS: Mothers of Preschoolers. We meet a couple times each month at a local church. While I hang out with the other moms, C gets to play with other kids his age. I have to admit, it’s a nice little sanity break for me to have about an hour and a half
away from my child *ahem* with other adults. I’m still getting to know the other women – it’s hard to get to know each other very well when we only see each other twice per month! – but I’ll certainly be going back each year (they meet September-April).