Consider my pants soiled. For the next 11 months or so.
P.S. Greg’s doing it, too!
And you said you’d never run a marathon! (congrats to both of you!)
Technicality – I said I’d never do “just a marathon.” (ha!) I’d ONLY do one after swimming 2.4 miles and riding 112. Cuz I’m smart like that.
You crazy girl! But I know you can do it.
Thank goodness you’ve got more than one pair of pants!
Good on you! Can’t wait to go through it (vicariously, of course)!
Good stuff! Ironman Canada is an amazing race. We went to watch my sister and her husband race in 2003. The city really gets behind the race and the crowds are a lot of fun. Beautiful course!
What an awesome feat to work towards! Can’t wait to follow your journey! (but no pictures of the aforementioned soiled pants please)
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