August 24th, 2009
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And then I ran 15k. It was one of the best runs I’ve ever had. I found my ‘running legs’ fairly early on, my toes hardly cramped, and my iPod actually worked. 
It feels a little like a dream… I still can’t believe I did it.  The race gave me great hope for the 1/2 marathon.  After the race it was the first time I actually thought, ‘holy eff, I’ll actually be able to run the 1/2.”
The above photo was taken right after I crossed the finish line, I was nervous I may puke so a few seconds after this photo was snapped I was on my back staring at the sky, but had a huge smile on my face.

And then I ran 15k.

It was one of the best runs I’ve ever had. I found my ‘running legs’ fairly early on, my toes hardly cramped, and my iPod actually worked. 

It feels a little like a dream… I still can’t believe I did it.  The race gave me great hope for the 1/2 marathon.  After the race it was the first time I actually thought, ‘holy eff, I’ll actually be able to run the 1/2.”

The above photo was taken right after I crossed the finish line, I was nervous I may puke so a few seconds after this photo was snapped I was on my back staring at the sky, but had a huge smile on my face.

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Welcome! I'm Liz, the girl relieved the Internet has 0 calories. South African by birth; Canadian on paper. A marathoner. CrossFitter. Paleo (somewhat) eater. Traveler. Cheese lover. And I think you're great!