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Bye Bye Week 5!!

Oh yeah baby. The dreaded week 5, day 3 run is OVER!! It wasn't pretty. It wasn't much fun and I did walk a few times (but only for a few seconds each time and I added time at the end). But dang son, it's over!! I did it last night. I ran on my new fav trail. And I nailed the uphill :)

On a less positive note, I have plantar fasciitis. Bummer. I'm not and I mean NOT going to let it slow me down!! I am completing this Couch to 5K program. And then, I'm still going to run. I love it!

Thanks for all of the support and inspiration you wonderful bloggy peeps!!




  1. Nice job! Doesn't it feel so good when you are done!! Makes it worth it to get out there :) Love the smile too!

  2. Woohooooo!!! Awesome!!! Great job!!
    FWIW I had to walk for 1 min during my w5d3, but rocked the next runs and haven't had to walk since!

  3. You are AMAZING woman! Run like the wind :)-

  4. Way to go! It doesn't matter that you walked a little either, you finished, good job!!!

  5. Awesome run! I still remember when I could barely run 5 minutes straight (just last year!) You can do it! Make sure you are icing and stretching your feet. You'll be back to 100% soon!

  6. ok I saw your comment that you couldn't wear a running skrit and you are so wrong! I am a sweaty messy runner and I wear them!!

    sorry to hear about the foot, hope it gets to feeling better soon

  7. Great job! Hope your foot feels better soon!

  8. Great work! Way to nail the hill portion of the run! Hills are so hard for me! They will make us stronger and faster...right?

  9. Great job on finishing up week 5! Thanks for entering my giveaway!

  10. Congrats on completing 5 weeks - way to go!


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