Tagged with Running in DC

Cherry Blossom 10 Miler Recap

Cherry Blossom 10 Miler Recap

For the first time in forever, a race recap! The Cherry Blossom 10 Miler: or a Race You Should Never Run if You Like Personal Space. Expo The Cherry Blossom 10 miler expo is held in the National Building Museum, which is cool because it’s pretty and scenic and they have inaugural balls there so … Continue reading

Those who can’t run, register.

Those who can’t run, register.

What do you do when you’re stuck on your couch and you can’t run? You register for races, duh. This is totally logical. I received a flyer from Pacers, A local DC running store advertising their St. Patrick’s day 8k. The 8k is one of their weird idiosyncrasies. For some reason, in downtown DC they … Continue reading

The Runner’s Revenge

The Runner’s Revenge

There’s nothing quite like that redeeming run, the one run out of a 100 that reminds you why you continually slog through all the craptastic runs that you’ve been having and getting ready to do another marathon. Today, I had one of those runs and it felt amazing. I knew today was going to be … Continue reading

Nike Women’s 1/2: Epic Fail

Nike Women’s 1/2: Epic Fail

Well, I didn’t break two hours so I’m hiding under my comforter sobbing uncontrollably wondering, “why me?!” Okay, okay, not exactly, I’m actually on the couch and spending the rainy-ish afternoon watching the Lifetime original movie about the Menendez brothers. The official time is 2:04:20 and I hit 13.1 miles in 2:03 then had to … Continue reading

We Run DC

Whether it’s running away from personal responsibility, the sequester, or the president’s motorcade, people love to run DC and this weekend a lot of women from out of town are joining me for the Nike Women’s 1/2 Marathon. You know how I know it’s close? The Nike store switched over its windows to advertise the … Continue reading

A Reason to Go Out and Run

Yesterday I drove down to DC with my mother and my aunt to find an apartment. We started out in Adams Morgan, did a quick drive through of Glover Park, and ended up in the Foggy Bottom neighborhood around George Washington University, which is where my new apartment is! The first piece of artwork will … Continue reading