Did That Just Happen? (The Melbourne Marathon Race Recap)

 

Ready for an epic race recap? I’ll do my best not to make it too drawn out ;-)

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Start Line

 

Time to go!

I feel like I could not have been any more prepared for this race. I was ready to go – plenty of carbs, well hydrated, well-rested and feeling … springy.

Some time before 6am, my fabulous Mum and Dad drove me to the MCG (Melbourne Cricket Ground – our huge Melbourne sporting arena) along with my cousin Emily, who was running the 10km.

This was Australia’s biggest marathon in history – 7000 people lined up for the marathon, and 30 000 people participated across all events.

Emily and Kate

Emily and I before the race

All too soon it was time to line up, find the 4 hour pacer, and chat to the people at the start line.

Some douch-bag with a microphone blathered on about pacing and being a smart runner. It may just be me, but seriously, if you aren’t running, shut the hell up.

There were 3 4 hour pacers. I followed the first one I saw. To get through in 4 hours, we needed to run each km at about a 10.6km/h pace.

This guy was running well over 11km/hour.

I dropped back to the second pacer (with Cait on my shoulder telling me to run my own pace and chick ‘em later!) – this guy was also going quickly, but at a very comfortable pace. Until 30km, I think I averaged around 10.7/10.8km/h. Each 10km was around 57 mins.

Time

Finish time and splits

As I moved back, an older man came up behind me:

You aren’t doing much chicking. Looks like you’re getting bloked. 

Stuff ya mate! He wished me luck as he moved on, and just for kicks, I passed a few more blokes.

 

10km

At the 10km mark, I freaked out – my foot was tingling.

What the hell? This was something I hadn’t experienced before. I toyed with the idea of loosening my laces. But reminded myself I had intentionally kept them loose (and tightly knotted!). Passing through a drinks station, I quickly forgot, and after that my feet were totally fine (you know, for someone pounding the pavement for four hours).

I passed some people, and others passed me. There was a lot of luck and lot of smiling.

At this point, my fuel plan was flawless. I wanted a gel at every 8km, and a drink at each station (whatever I felt I needed).

At 16km I was 2 gels down. My stomach twinged, and I figured I should listen to it and let the stuff dilute a bit. I intended to split my gels after this, rather than to take them all at once.

Ready to run

Totally prepared with the gels!

 

20km

The 20km mark was magic – I felt great, I hit the line at 1:53:00 and everything was good. As I hit the half marathon point, I thought of our friend Jes at rUnladylikelast week she ran a half iron-man (you know, a couple of weeks out from her marathon – no biggie Jes!). When she hit the ‘half-marathon to go’ point, she had swum AND just been on an epic ride.

That’s it Kate, imagine jumping off a bike, this is just the beginning of the run – go for it!

And then I got to 23km and everything fell apart.

This is also where we go into TMI.

I have stomach problems, and have had since I was 10. Generally I have them under control these days, but if anything is going to set it off, it’s running.

I downed 2 immodium before even staring the race, but at 23km I had that horribly urgent thought -

I need a bathroom. NOW.

Naturally, as soon as I finally saw a bathroom, the pain went away, and I hit my pace again. I downed my third immodium and moved on.

Gear

I was so prepared for this – oh dear!

At the next drink station, I pulled out my gel.

Nope. It wasn’t going to happen. I was sure that it would be the end of me, my breakfast and my race if I tried to swallow any more. I chucked it aside and hustled to get powerade at the aid station.

 

30km in

Until about 32 or 33km, everything was ok, I was on pace, and apart from an occasional twinge, all was dandy.

However, I knew my wall was coming up, and yet there was no way in hell I could get another gel down. All I could hope for was as much powerade as I could get.

St Kilda Road is a long stretch, and it was a looooong time until I found my drink. By this point I was slowing down dramatically. I was running on empty and I knew it.

I almost got mad at myself, and then remembered all the advice I had going into this – forget about time; just run and enjoy it. I imagined Superwoman urging me on, and I hit the drink station, dumped a cup of water over my head, grabbed some powerade and chugged along.


Oh man it hurt

Around 35km, some poor sod in front of me let one rip in a BIG way. Poor guy, I think he might have sharted (best word ever), and feeling sick, I wasn’t sticking around to find out. I chicked him.

In the high 30s, Mum and Dad were there, cheering me on. It was awesome to see them, knowing that I had run further than I ever had before.

High 30s

Dad photography (thanks Dad!)

All of a sudden, we were in the botanic gardens. Giving up on my 4 hour goal, I just focused on chugging along, one foot in front of the other. Single digits left, one drink station to the next.

Run your own race, go your own pace. 

Then it happened. The terrible choice – run, or follow in the poor sod’s footsteps. I was furious with myself. I looked desperately for a porta-loo, but none in sight.

Instead, I walked for about 200m and concentrated on breathing. A man with the best of intentions encouraged me along – I didn’t have the heart to tell him that if I ran, he did NOT want to be behind me.

 

40km in

I picked it up again, only to have the same thing happen at about 40.3km. I gritted my teeth, had a quick walk, and figured there was a drink station within the next km.

When I first saw the course map, I was shocked that there was a drink station so close to the end.

Holy crap was I glad it was there.

At this point there was no turning back. Somehow, some way, I made it into the MCG.

We had about 300m to run once inside. I thought I had nothing left, but then I saw the clock – 4:08:45. I have no idea why I could push then, but I did. I crossed the line a little after 4:09, and immediately lost the plot. I don’t know what I looked like, but a volunteer grabbed me immediately after I crossed the line. Embarrassingly, she sat me down at the first aid tent, where I was told to sit still and drink slowly.


 

Done!

None of that! I tried to get up as soon as I could, only to find my legs wouldn’t work. With no thought other than ‘get out’, I shuffled down the ramp slower than I thought was possible. I cried.

I looked up, and saw Mr The Rake and Chelsea banging on the glass. I waved, and continued shuffling.

I finally got through the medal carriers, the drink stations and the clothes pick-up (which I didn’t use) and found myself outside.

Mum, Dad, Chels and The Rake were nowhere to be found.

I walked toward the expo, found a doorway, sat down, and bawled. I had nothing left. Nothing.

After what seemed like an eternity I stood up, and shuffled directly into Chels and Mr The Rake. I have never been so glad to see anyone in my life! They had phones. I could sit.

Realising I was in bad shape, they offered the world’s best advice:

You’ve just run a marathon! Feel free to shit yourself. 

I loved them so much at that point (and no, I did not).

 

You know what? I finished. I finished a freakin’ marathon.

Kate and Mum

With Mum at the end

Anyone up for the Gold Coast half next July? Or the Rozelle 10km in December?

Give me a few weeks  - this runnerchick is a runnerchick for life.

 

88 comments

  1. You are amazing! Way to get ‘er done… & without poopy pants!

  2. Paul Adams says:

    Excellent post Kate. A great insight into running a marathon.

    Huge Congrats on becoming a marathoner!

  3. Sam says:

    You are my hero. Well done. I think my mojo just came back. Rozelle 10k and Gold Coast half, not to mention the orange running festival in feb!

  4. Congratulations Kate! Considering the circumstances a race well run :)
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  5. Amaaaaazing!!!! Great re-cap. :D Congratulations Kate! I’m so happy for you!!
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  6. Susie says:

    Amazing effort Kate! Such a funny recap as well had to wipe the tears away.xxx

  7. Kierston says:

    CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!! YOU FREAKING DID IT! I had no doubt in my mind! You ROCK KATE!

    Did you have candy? hehe ;)
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    • Kate says:

      Lol! Thanks Kierston! You are a rock star supporter :-D . Hell yes I had candy! But candy was also my pre-run fuel.

      You know, I was thinking on this the other day – as we both got/get closer to our goals, our diets were polar opposites – I had to amp up the carbs like crazy and get plenty of sugar AND put on weight. You – protein, protein, lean out and avoid the candy! xxx So close now

  8. Kate says:

    oh no tummy issues & blisters suck but you’re a MF MARATHONER! XO
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    • Kate says:

      Lol! Totally cool – something will happen no matter what – the rest of my body stood up admirably, so I’m thankful for that! Thanks Kat :-D

  9. Peta says:

    Congrats Kate! You are incredible! I am so so impressed. I knew you could do it!

  10. Mardi says:

    ohhhhh! so well done Kate.
    Great reliving of the run. I am so thrilled for you, and proud of you. I never doubted you could do it for a second, but what a tremendous thing to know you can do.
    You are an inspiration.
    Love you.

    • Kate says:

      Thanks Mardi :-) . I have to confess that writing this up was a LOT of fun. It’s funny though – there was no option but to finish. I just had to. Thank you so much for all your love and encouragement!

  11. Amy Lauren says:

    You are amazing! Sorry you did not hit your 4 hour goal but you were just above which really says a lot especially with dealing with the tummy troubles. Plus i love your shirt that you wore :) . Don’t blame you not to run a few days, you definitely deserve a break after all that, enjoy it!
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    • Kate says:

      Thanks Amy! You know that shirt ;-) . Yeah, body is screaming at me today – running is going to take awhile! And congrats on your half! Massive effort.

  12. Mary says:

    Wow! Firstly – a HUGE well done to you for running your first marathon! You are such an inspiration!!! Secondly – I really appreciate your honesty – shit stories and all!! The shart bloke comment made me laugh out loud! I think it’s important that runners realise what a toll running 26 miles takes on your body, but I’m so glad you pulled through and your time was excellent!

    Super proud of you Kate!
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    • Kate says:

      Thanks so much Mary – I figure honesty is the best policy, and I’d want to know about the crummy stuff too. That poor man – that would have been some serious chafing :-)

      You are lovely – I really, really appreciate it!

  13. Congratulations! What I fond even more amazong than your accomplishment is that you had the energy to write such a great recap so soon after finishing. Kidding!

    Seriously, Kate, awesome job. I understand tummy issues because I got them too, especially in my first few marathons. I’m so proud pf you!
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    • Kate says:

      Thanks Debbie! You have been so wonderful and supportive throughout – I’m so lucky to be part of such a great online community. I laughed hard at your first marathon/vomit story…and then remembered it again about 35km in – it wasn’t so funny then ;-)

  14. You know, after my 4th child was born – 6 months after – I decided to run my first half marathon. I had never run that far before. While your race was twice as long, I empathize with everything you said. And at the sake of sounding cheesy, your post brought tears to my eyes because it brought all of those emotions back. From the urge to NEED a bathroom NOW to crying at the end. I was spent. I think it’s incredible that anyone runs marathons, but I especially appreciated the candor and honesty with which you told your story. I loved it – congratulations. :)

    • Kate says:

      Oh it’s all relative – a half can definitely be that intense, as you well know! Thanks so much Tracey – it’s kind of nice to know that you know exactly what I mean :-D

  15. I loved reading your race recap! So, so proud of you for your first marathon finish and for pushing through some really challenging physical circumstances. And I am completely honored that you thought of my half Ironman while on the course. It is funny the things we think about for hours and hours on the course, isn’t it? Truly, a marathon is harder than a half Ironman hands down, because it is more mentally challenging. Enjoy your marathon high! Can’t wait to see what comes next :) xo
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    • Kate says:

      I know! I had a few looped mantras I wasn’t expecting (run your own race at your own pace being the most prominent) and they were kind of comforting, if unintended. I thought of a few runners, but that idea of you jumping off the bike and doing that really stood out for me. I am in awe Jes! Thanks so much.

  16. Jenelle says:

    YAY! Congrats. I had that weird tingling foot thing happen to me during my marathon too. Glad it went away. So very proud of you.

  17. Glenneth says:

    love the recap! congrats!
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  18. TriGirl says:

    Congratulations!!! You just ran a *marathon*! That is seriously impressive. I’m glad you didn’t have any disasters, and hope you’re enjoying your time off now :)
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  19. Katelyn Ewart says:

    Absolutely brilliant, Kate!

  20. ER says:

    Congratulations Kate! Such an amazing and awe-inspiring achievement. I’ve read your blog for a couple of months now and have been SUPER impressed with your dedication, hardwork and positive attitude.

    You should be so proud of yourself wonder woman! You really are an inspiration – I actually live on the Gold Coast and am *this* close to signing up for the half marathon next year (I am NOT a runner but I really want to be one day), you might just get me to do it yet. If I do, would loooove to catch up if you decide to come up and do it (I’m a lawyer so we can talk law stuff too!).

    Congratulations again, I’m so pleased for you and so glad I could ‘follow along’ on your epic adventure! xxx

    • Kate says:

      Hi Ellen – very cool to e-meet you! I would LOVE to meet up with you in the Gold Coast – if you feel you can stomach the half, you have stacks of time to get ready for it. I figure signing up is a powerful motivator to train, and you have to let me know if you do sign up, and how training is going. I am so excited for you – it sounds like you’re at the start of your own running journey (or I have no idea and you’ve been running shorter distances for a life time!).

      I’m glad you’ve enjoyed reading the blog – it’s become something I wasn’t expecting, and posting is one of my favourite activities these days.

      Thanks Ellen! And feel free to get in touch any time – you’ve made me even more motivated to get to the Gold Coast now.

      • ER says:

        Thanks Kate! You are so right that signing up for the half will be a big motivator. No I truly am at the VERY beginning of my running journey. I started a while ago (after reading awesome blogs like yours!) but injured my back pretty badly at bootcamp one day so I was on walking/swimming only orders from the Doc.

        It’s getting much better now though and I’m starting another bootcamp soon (where I WILL NOT hurt my back) and am gonig to incorporate a few days of running (or shuffling). There is a lead up series to the GC Marathon here (Sports Super Centre Series) starting from Feb where it progresses from 5km to 15km so I’m hoping to be in form by then.

        I will definitely keep you posted on how I go and if I sign up for the half, it would be so good to catch up if you come!

        I hope your legs and everything are somewhat recovered after your epic marathon effort?

        Keep up the great work with the blog :-) x

  21. I thoroughly enjoyed reading that post for 2 reasons.

    1. You made me laugh out loud several times!
    2. I seem to be having some GI (?) problems lately while running. I mean EVERY time I run. What to do?

    Living in the great state of Alabama, I now know what a bloke is! Cool! This was awesome finding your blog through the Girls Gone Sporty facebook page!

    Shannon
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    • Kate says:

      Thanks so much Shannon! And lovely to meet you – I’m going to head over to your blog asap – I LOVE finding bloggers and their blogs :-) .

      1. I’m glad I gave you a laugh :-)
      2. It’s so tricky! I’ve found for general purposes that eating ‘safe foods’ no less than 3 hours before a run works for me (you know, unless it’s a marathon grrr), and definitely no dairy or fats as far as I’m concerned. When in doubt, an immodium can work a treat. Sometimes it takes your body time to adjust to the feeling of running (I don’t know how long you’ve been running or increasing mileage, but it definitely took me a few months for the body to adapt). High fibre an be dangerous too. Play around with a few options, make sure you work on those core muscles, and remember that it’s ok – try to use routes where yu knowthere are bathrooms (or discreet places!) available to you. Good luck! xx

  22. Holy crud. I cannot believe you finished that fast even with walk breaks. When I get rich and come to visit you’re going to have to slow WAY down.
    P.S.- Glad you didn’t poop yourself. When besides running can you say that?
    So proud of you you! (for the running, not the pooping)
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    • Kate says:

      Running with you would be the most amazing thing ever!

      Haha – I know, I feel like poo is acceptable as a topic of conversation between runners. Most runners can relate!

  23. great job! this is so exciting! I couldn’t even imagine ever finishing a marathon! You rock! (:

  24. Kayla says:

    Way to go!!!!! Hooray!
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  25. YOU DID IT! Not only did you just run a frickin marathon you killed it. Killer time girl!!!

    Well done on chicking the Shart guy! Smart move!

    I loved reading all of this… you made me laugh and I totally wanted to bawl when I read about your post race. All of it, the hard work, sweat & tears is all yours girl and its made you a marathoner.

    You are amazing and even more amazing for sharing your journey with us! Love it and totally adore you and can’t wait to line up at a start line with you!

    Fingers crossed for Gold Coast for me. I also want to bake another baby in 2013 so not sure on what race but I will hunt you down at a start line in 2013. Trust me if I can run and theres a “blogger race meet” I WILL BE THERE!

    Lots of post run love. Keep moving even if its only walking! I hope your legs forgive you for your awesomeness soon.

    MY FAVOURITE thing about this post is that you are talking about the next race. You runner nut you!
    xx
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    • Kate says:

      Thanks so much Jenelle – this comment is so special.

      Another baby is huge! Good luck – and yes, we will be at A start line together, no doubt :-D . Whenever you’re ready and we can be in the same place at the same time. Hell yes I’m planning already – I’m hooked.

      …poor shart guy

  26. omg, omg, omg i’m SOOOO proud of u!!! watch out, strap in for an epic comment attack! lol. girl, u are amazing and i’m SO sorry u had to deal with stomach issues there, i’ve got the worst GI issues and can relate like none other! (true story i wrote a book ‘oh, the places u’ll poop’) it’s not at all funny going thru sh## like that….sorry, bad pun…but the fact that u troopered on is only further proof of how hardcore of a runnerchick u are!! and that last line, sums up life pretty dang well i’d say!!! i also SO proud that u listened to me on ur shoulder and stuck with the second pacing group…but who in the heck is that a-hole dude that made that chicking comment to u?!?! i’m gonna fly (or i guess rowboat my way!) down to OZ and beat his face!!
    wow, so now i’m got an epic comment that also indicts me for a crime of violence, i better wrap this up! i’m SOOOO happy for u girl…rest those legs, eat like crazy and relish in ur awesomeness!! XOXO

    • Kate says:

      As I said to you via email THANK YOU! Believe me I am eating like crazy – all I wanted yesterday was ice cream. It’s gone now :-P

      I was never quite sure if you were serious about the book. Now I genuinely want to read it.

  27. Jess says:

    Congrats!! What a legend!!! You rock! I really want to do the Gold Coast! What an awesome post!!
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  28. Amy says:

    My parents must think I am in hysterics because I am alternately laughing out loud to myself and sniffling back tears as I read this.
    You are a champion Kate!! You did it!! A whole marathon and you totally own every single one of those 42.2km! I hope you are super proud of yourself. Even though I don’t really know you know you (you know?) I feel so proud of you. I must admit I danced around the house yesterday telling everyone “Kate just finished her marathon everyone!! oh, and she’s going to do the Gold Coast with me!!”.
    Totally don’t care if my parents, sister, and brother-in-law think I am a nutter.
    Anyway, rest up, eat up, and drink up every single word of praise sent your way – you deserve it lovely lady :)
    PS can’t wait until GC and yes, shart is the best word ever :)
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    • Kate says:

      Thanks so much Amy – I love how we talk about each other and the people around us remain completely confused. Hell yes to the Gold Coast!

      Believe me I’ve been eating up :-D . And again – thank you.

  29. Jenna says:

    Oh my gosh Kate!!! Since I was on my cruise and had no service I couldn’t see your recap until now, but I just wanted you to know how much I was thinking of you and praying for u on race day!!!! You did it and you are fantastic!! I am so proud of you!!!! You have accomplished so much and worked to hard!! I hope you know how fabulous you are!!!! Xoxo

    • Kate says:

      Thanks Jenna! I hope you had an incredible time :-D – a well-earned break and a chance to be kid-free! Thank you so much for your thoughts, love and encouragement. I think those prayers helped xxx

  30. What an awesome recap! I loved reading all the emotions you were feeling and thoughts you were having! You did AMAZING! I’m sooo proud of you!!!!
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  31. well done kate, I i linked you in my newly updated post http://www.larsgrombach.com/2012/10/melbourne-marathon-race-recap.html check it out :)

  32. Jen says:

    Congratulations! You are a marathoner :) Such an accomplishment and for a great cause too. Be proud of yourself. I loved reading your re-cap.

  33. Kate! Amazing! I am cracking up at your story-telling, love how you put this recap together. And I love all the fun words that I never get to use- bloke, mate, sharted… :) A marathon is painful, isn’t it? I felt the same as you at the end of mine, nothing left at all. But that’s what makes the accomplishment all the more amazing. YOU DID IT! So proud of you!
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  34. Liz says:

    Sorry I am so damn late. CONGRATES GIRL! I am so proud of you. I love your race report. Now I really want to be like you when I grow up. :) Except for the pooping part. :)
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  35. I absolutely loved reading this recap! Absolutely fantastic race, girl! Many congratulations!!! Awesome AWESOME job!! :) Love the shirt too!
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  36. I know you did not hit your intended goal time, but still was an incredible time for your first marathon. I still can’t stop laughing about the poor old sod who “sharted” my husband keeps asking me “what is so funny?”. You’re right, that’s the best word ever! A big congratulations on a huge achievement! Nice work!
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    • Kate says:

      Oh I’ve pretty much dealt with the time thing – I knew it would be tough toward the end (though not quite in that way!) so I’m thrilled to have crossed the damn line! I’m glad it got you laughing :-) .

      Even better – thank you for commenting – now I have a seriously cool new blog to check out

  37. Brie says:

    Oh my gosh Kate, I am SO SO proud of you!! I had forgotten you were running last weekend and am so glad I came to check up on how things were going! (I’m not as good about staying on top of blogs). Thank you for sharing your honest recap. It’s so wonderful to read these amazing stories and I can (almost) imagine how it feels. I’ve surprisingly signed up (fairly last minute) for one next weekend but definitely no time goal as it’s ridiculously crazy elevation changes! It’s been great to read everyone’s experiences the past few weeks and be inspired.

    Your story is definitely an inspiration. I can try to imagine how it feels to finish but I bet that is something that really can’t be explained unless you’ve experienced. One of my training friends had a tough race (on the 7th) and told me it felt like childbirth. Hah! Lord I hope not because the thought of childbirth terrifies me.

    What a great memory! I’m so glad you had so many supportive people there to cheer you on. I love your shirt too :) Congrats on the awesome accomplishment, girl!!
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    • Kate says:

      Thank you so much Brie! I was surprised at how easy it was to be honest (writing helps :-P ). Wait, you just randomly signed up for a marathon?! Amazing! Let me know how it goes.

      • Brie says:

        I will be posting about it hopefully next week! I’ll let you know :)

        It was fairly random but I had been training but w/no race for this season in mind. The course in my city wasn’t that exciting and I ended up finding something else. Things came together and it’s Sunday! It’s a bit crazy but should be fun, even though there will likely be a lot of walking :) We’ll see how it goes!

  38. Holy freaking congratulations!!! I’m so proud of you (and equally proud you didn’t shart or poo yourself)! Your finish time was amazing especially for the GI issues you were having. I’m running my first marathon this weekend and am keeping my fingers crossed I don’t experience anything like you did. Congrats again!

    Oh yeah, I’m totally getting caught up on all my fav blogs so be prepared for multiple comments from me…

    • Kate says:

      Thank you so, so much Gina – and comment away, I love it! The GI issues were less than great, but overall it was amazing. Good luck! I’m thinking of everyone in the Marine Corps marathon, and am so excited for you! I’ve been following your blog though, and you are so well prepared.

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