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December 18, 2009


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Nice work! It felt harder than the last one because you were working a lot harder than the last one. 5Ks never feel easy if you're running 'em right :-)

As far as workout gear goes, check out Target. Their Champion C9 line has some good stuff that is far less expensive than other brands and works just as well, for the most part.

Awesome! It's really really hard to run when it's that cold out, so great job!

That is so cool! I'm glad you two are able to run together. I also have a whole new respect for you for running in THAT weather!

Good job on the race. I am sure that you are progressing toward your goals. Keep the pace going. Practice builds realistic confidence in ones self.

Good job!

This is my favorite picture of the 2 of you. You are glowing,. I used to be a runner in my younger days and it was so addicting. Molly says you are inspiring her to start running and I am thinking about it. I want to glow too. Merry Christmas to you and yours Frema.

Ok, if you can get out in the snow to run, I can get out in the 40's to run. It's been raining down here a whole lot, but I've got access to a treadmill! I have no excuse anymore.

You've inspired me to get off mah bum and get active. The Shred is easy peasy now, so I've got to step it up. :)

Merry Christmas!

Once you start running longer distances, the 5K distance will become fast. Seriously fast. I ran my half marathon at a 10:41 average pace, but the Turkey Trot I ran? I did it in 26 minutes!

Keep up the good work!!

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