Darren and I had a great time at Boston this year. This is my fastest marathon time so far- 3:13. It was also the hardest race I've ever done. And the coolest. We traveled this year with several couples- both Threshers, Fellows, Olsens. Everyone trained hard and did well. Will I do it again? Probably. But it might be fun to do another city- like Chicago or New York. Or anywhere in Hawaii.
First five pictures are taken in the Boston Commons park/garden.
Next four pictures are taken of the Charles River. This was the view outside of our hotel room.
Following two pictures are of the whole group out to eat/play the night after the marathon. The first picture is of all the runners in our group.
Me at the final turn just before the finish line appears. Probably one of the hardest points of any race that I have ever done. I think there was about a 1/4 to 1/2 mile left at this point.
JFK Memorial Museum (or something like that). I just wanted a nap!
Red Sox game.
Street performers. I'm spacing the area of town we were in. I can tell you that it was cold, though.
Expo. I think we visited here three different times. It's a fun place to go in anticipation for the event.
Thursday, June 10, 2010
Ethan is one AWESOME kid. I missed part of his birthday because Darren and I were traveling back to Vegas from Boston on that day. But, lucky for all of us, G&G Bailey were taking fabulous care of the kids and they made sure to make our birthday guy feel special. He woke up to presents, a yummy cake that grandma made, and decorations. Grandma took donuts to the school for Ethan to share with his class. Then we were home later to top off the day. Ethan's birthday party was fun- the weather was perfect for the jumpie and pinata. His friends stayed late and played wall ball and football in the street. Our neighbor's father had to be taken to the hospital by ambulance just as the sun was going down. The firemen that had responded let the kids tour the fire truck. Exciting and fun! (ps- her father is okay) We love you, E-Train!