100 Days To Boston

I was on Facebook today when a certain status update caught my eye:

100 days!

I know they are going to fly by, and this update reminded me that I really have to start getting serious about training.

I intended to for a run with my mom this afternoon because I was working out of my parents’ house, but I was just so swamped with work that I couldn’t squeeze it in.

When I got back to Brian’s house it was around 6PM. And pitch black outside. And cold.

I didn’t feel like running, but I got my clothes on anyway.

Then I procrastinated a bit.

Finally, around 8PM I was out the door for my run – with a head light, of course.

I have to say, I found it empowering to be out there, at that hour, training on a Friday night.

I didn’t see one other jogger during my 42-minute run.

It was a good feeling to know I was that committed, and that dedicated to my training.

100 Days To Boston.

Who’s counting?

I am.

Taken by Brian post-run, head lamp still on!

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Audrey McClelland has been a digital influencer since 2005. She’s a mom of 5 and shares tips on her three favorite things: parenting, fashion and beauty. She’s also a Contemporary Romance Author.

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  1. 1.8.11
    Lisa said:

    Very nice!

  2. 1.8.11
    Kim said:

    I admire you Jane – I would have waited until the next day at that point 😉 But then, someone that participates in these kind of events must have a real passion for it – it’s not like someone that just runs a mile or two 3 days a week for exercise (me). Anyway, you, Brian, your Mom and everyone that commits to this type of training is to be admired. It takes discipline. And no doubt it flows into other areas of your life in a good way. Big HUG!

  3. 1.9.11
    Dad said:

    I’m impressed!

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