Wrapping up September

OK – is it just me or did September fly by?! I swear one moment it was just Labor Day Weekend and now we’re staring down Columbus Day.  As always, I’m joining Holly and Tricia for the #WeeklyWrap link-up – wrapping up the whole month. When you’re done here, please visit these two great ladies and all of the other bloggers linking up.

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Good things for the month:

  • RnR Philly! While it was not the race I was hoping for, I am happy to have half #10 under my belt.
  • Continuing to love the strength training!
  • Lots of pain-free runs – the right glute issues I feeling at the beginning of the month disappeared, and dare I say it… most of my runs have been pain free!

Things I could do without:

  • It took most of the month for the humidity to finally relent
  • …did I mention the weather? 😉

On the decks for October:

  • Heading to NYC for RnR Brooklyn this weekend!
  • My oldest son and I just signed up for one of my favorite local races held at the end of the month.
  • Learning how to train for an evening run – this morning runner is not a fan of late day running!

Tell me something good about your September! What are you looking forward to in October?

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Comments

  1. RnR Brooklyn sounds like so much fun! How cool that you and your son run together…I would love to get one of my boys (mother of 3 teenaged boys) to run with me some day! Good luck in Broolyn…I love all things New York!

  2. Oh, I would have a hard time switching to evening running. Interested to see what you figure out. Can’t wait to hear about Brooklyn!
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  3. I’m also a fan of morning runs and have only participated in a couple of evening 5ks. They felt so weird! I can’t wait to hear about RnR Brooklyn. You are going to have a blast! Hooray for pain free running! Thanks for linking, Michelle!

    • I know what you mean about them feeling weird. I’ve done one other 10K that started at 6 pm and I literally couldn’t figure out what to do with myself all day waiting for the race to start!

  4. Oh, have fun this weekend! NYC in October sounds perfect. I only ran at night a few times and worried every time about training. Surprisingly, every run went much better than expected. Maybe because of the excitement?
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  5. I am so glad your right glute is cooperating and the weather is finally getting better.

  6. The weather sure has been a life sucker for sure! On the bright side your race with your son sounds fun! Now that I’m a morning runner I’d have a hard time with an evening race. I would suggest to not eat even a big lunch and nothing withing a few hours of race time. Good luck!
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