Route 66 Marathon Sneak Peek!

I promise that I am not trying to hold you guys hostage or in suspense by not producing a race report. This week has been crazy! I got back from Tulsa at midnight on Monday night/Tuesday morning, then had to be up 5 hours later for an endoscopy to try and figure out what is going on with my stomach, and between travel, my day job, and being totally exhausted, I’m a little behind on the race report, but I’m working on it. Anyway, if you follow me on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter, you already know the outcome of Sunday’s race, but for those of you who don’t, I wanted to share a quick sneak peek of the results.


I finished my 50th marathon! It was one of the best days of my life and probably my favorite marathon of all. THANK YOU for your support – I could not have done it without your words of encouragement! More to come soon, I promise!

18 thoughts on “Route 66 Marathon Sneak Peek!

  1. I was working the cheer station at mile 9 (the Jell-O shot stop). You looked like you were having a good time and feeling good! So glad to hear you finished. Congrats on #50.

    1. Yay, Lynn! That was such a great station! I was having the BEST time and that is so much in part to awesome people like you along the course. THANK YOU!

    1. Thanks, Sheena! I have chronic acid reflux but had surgery to correct it, so it is weird for it to be coming back. Hopefully I’ll figure it out soon!

  2. This was awesome – I am so glad that you live-shared the race, and that it went so well! It made it so exciting to track you through fun pictures.

    The great thing is you now have freedom … you don’t have to do another marathon ever, you can figure out what now works best for you and your body, it is really cool in a way. You set yourself a challenge and kicked its butt, and along the way so much LIFE happened. 🙂

    1. Thank you for following along with my race! It was actually really fun to live share it. I’m not sure I would have done that for every race, but I could see myself doing it for some future half marathons just for the hell of it.

      Yes, the freedom is pretty amazing! I feel nothing but happiness, pride, and relief. It has been a wonderful ride.

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