Harpeth Hills Flying Monkey Marathon

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I'm sending out a Scout (Read 440 times)

    ...no, not RA's Scout. My mom. She and my step-dad will be in Nashville the first week of November for business. I'm asking her to check things out and see what she thinks I might like to do or see. AND...to drive through the park and take some pictures. Big grin This way she'll have an idea of what I'm about do and she'll know why I'm in pain and walking funny the week of Thanksgiving.

    Michelle

    Marathon Maniac # 3228




    A Dance with Monkeys

      You WON'T be walking the week of Thanksgiving.
        But if you are, it won't be funny. Ha ha funny, anyway.
          So I won't be able to do the Boulevard Bolt, you think? Wink

          How do you keep your feet on the ground, when you know you were born to fly?

           

          Just a girl who runs.

            So I won't be able to do the Boulevard Bolt, you think? Wink
            I ran it two years ago, post monkey.
              I ran it two years ago, post monkey.
              Im also supposed to go out to Las Vegas and run the 1/2 Dec. 6th...my friend just wants me to come see her, really. But if I'm up to it i'll race it...if not, i'll run it with her I guess (she's a lot slower).

              How do you keep your feet on the ground, when you know you were born to fly?

               

              Just a girl who runs.

                It's weird, but I think Tanyas will agree--the Monkey seems easier to recover from than other marathons.
                  That's weird. Ermias wants me to run the 11.2 this afternoon with him. Wanna come? heh...then I will probably get killed. MTA: Nevermind, forgot you're injured.

                  How do you keep your feet on the ground, when you know you were born to fly?

                   

                  Just a girl who runs.

                    He'll go easy.
                      He'll go easy.
                      Yea, he promised. It'll be like walking to the refrigerator for 11.2 miles.

                      How do you keep your feet on the ground, when you know you were born to fly?

                       

                      Just a girl who runs.

                        Yea, he promised. It'll be like walking to the refrigerator for 11.2 miles.
                        Maybe for him.
                          Maybe for him.
                          That's what I meant.

                          How do you keep your feet on the ground, when you know you were born to fly?

                           

                          Just a girl who runs.

                            Wink