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The Turkey Trot

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Last year my sister and I ran the 10k in our local Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving. This year my sister and I wanted to do the 10K Turkey Trot again.
My daughter and my mother were inspired last year to sign up the 5k this year. So my sister and I were like, "no problem, we will walk the 5k with you and then run the 10k".... then we are going to even walk back to her place which is a few mile away from the event. Hmmm.... I added it up about a month ago, I realized it was like the distance of a half marathon I have planned for Thanksgiving morning. Then I still have to do some cooking. It's do-able, and I think it will be fun... but I have to remember not to wear heels to dinner like last year.
This is us last year....
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  • v LITTLESPARKLER
    That's so awesome that you motivated two more people to do it! Last week, I was wishing that I had gotten in shape enough to run our local TT, but this morning I'm glad I'm not signed up -- it's 10 degrees and the start time is in an hour! ;P I'll be running my 2 miles at the gym in a little while. GOOD LUCK with your half-marathon Trot! emoticon
    2099 days ago
  • v ANNEMARGAR
    Enjoy your run this morning! I am signed-up for my first Turkey Trot and I also have the family coming over for dinner. I am staying positive - it will all work out. Now...if it would only stop raining :)

    Happy Thanksgiving!


    2099 days ago
  • v MT-MOONCHASER
    Please post us your results and some pics.

    Good luck and may you have a marvelous day.

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    2099 days ago
  • v JENNIFER124
    wow!!! and i was sort of sweating my own 5K tomorrow.. you got this!! emoticon
    2100 days ago
  • v EVETROY
    Ambitious day! emoticon
    2100 days ago
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