Sunday, November 8, 2009

13.1

Today I completed my second half marathon and it felt great! I have been working my way up on my runs on the weekends but the most I've done since last May is 10 miles and that was last Saturday. The whole race atmosphere is so exciting and I love the cheering and good vibes that go along with it.

I finished with a chip time of 2:07:07, which is just about 1 minute faster than my time of the San Jose Half last year. When I was finished I was thinking to myself....I'm just gettin' warmed up! Now, four months until the L.A. Marathon!!

10 comments:

Garrett said...

The good vibes are great indeed, it is always nice to see people cheering others and encouraging their friends, family and fellow runners along. You are the coolest and the awesomest and I think it is so cool that you do all of these races. Kissies and Huggies (:

Grandma Dee said...

Congratulations, Tasha. You're my hero(ine). What a great time. You look beautiful, even tho you have just run 13.1 miles. You rock!
Love you alot,
Denise

Serenity NOW said...

Way to go Tasha. I checked the race results and my oh my your time and how you checked out in the categories was most impressive!! You are amazing!! Love you, Susan, Dennis and Namie

Serenity NOW said...

Congrats. to Kevin and Zachie too!
Great pic. love you all, Susan

Rochelle said...

You are so incredible. What I love about you is...you say you are going to do something...and you do it....and with a whole heart! Congrats!

dole2obama said...

Congratulations on running a great race!

Sandy said...

Congratulations, Tasha. You look great. You certainly don't look as if you just ran 13.1 miles
I love your smile . Your joy shows in your face.
We send our love and congrats again.
Love, Sandy and Joe

Paula said...

All I can say is that you amaze me! You looked fresh as a daisy at the party yesterday, too. This is a really cute picture of all of you. The boys looked so darling in their race T-shirts.
Love you, Paula

Karen said...

Congratulations Tasha!

Anonymous said...

Congrats women.

Vicki