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stimeyland get your quirk on. search main menu skip to primary content skip to secondary content home about stimey project stimey other gigs contact post navigation ← older posts mission accomplished! posted on january 17, 2017 by stimey 7 i just got back from houston today after finishing my marathon. that’s right, friendos, i’m now officially a marathoner. my stepfather took the following photo of me clapping with joy shortly after i crossed the finish line. i think i look so happy not because i just ran a marathon but because i could finally stop moving. actually it was because i was so delighted to see my family cheering for me. i finished in just under six hours, which is significantly longer than my goal time. i also probably walked at least two of the last five miles when i realized just how damn hard a marathon is. i’m a little disappointed that i wasn’t able to run the whole thing, but i also realize that i did the very best i could do and i am very proud of myself for ambulating 26.2 miles, almost all of them at a run—or at least a rapid shamble. i’ll be back soon with a race report. i tell you, this race was quite a thing. i’m so happy i did it. i enjoyed the whole thing so much that i am already itching to do another one. 2017 might just be a two-marathon year. until i have my race report ready, i just want all of you to know that i’m so grateful for your support and all of the support from my family. i couldn’t have gotten more love on this endeavor and i know just how lucky i am. thank you! share this:tweetemailmoreshare on tumblrprint posted in running | 7 replies past stimey is at it again posted on january 10, 2017 by stimey 14 oh, man. it’s actually happening. i think it might have been last june when past jean decided it would be a great idea for future (now present) jean to run a marathon. past jean is an asshole. i have run sooooo many miles to train. i downloaded a training plan and i followed it to the mile. i ran my 20-mile training run on christmas eve and then i walked two miles home because alex chose a video game over me and left his phone in the other room and therefore didn’t get my text asking him to pick me up. then my phone died so i couldn’t call him. it’s like santa came early. i have two miles to run tomorrow morning and two more on saturday morning and then i toe up to the start line on sunday. the marathon i am running is the houston marathon, so i leave for houston tomorrow after work. i felt pretty calm and confident about the whole thing right up until i started packing. then i panicked. a marathon?! oy. as my friend texted to me the other night, “you know that’s, like, two half marathons, right?” anywho. the reason i chose the houston marathon is because it is flat. and because my mom lives in houston. also, i wanted to run in the winter so it would be cool, but because it was in houston, it would not be too cool. you’ll be happy to hear that it’s going to be 75 degrees and humid on sunday. oh, and it’ll be raining. this is not ideal for someone who has largely trained in 40-degree weather, also known as the weather that is so cold your phone battery will completely drain before you have time to call someone to pick you the fuck up. i’ve packed my tank top to run in. i’m bringing my camelbak because it might be hot enough to need it. my shoes are in my backpack. i have my energy blocks for mid-race fueling and i have a grocery list made up of jam, peanut butter, and snickers bars. i’m pretty sure i’m forgetting something absolutely fucking crucial,* but honestly, at a certain point all i can do is go out and run. this is actually one of the best things about races. there is a lot of hoopla leading up to it and so much goes into it, but once you cross the starting line, all you can do is put one foot in front of the other and keep moving forward. that’s what i’m going to do. for 26.2 miles. i am unstoppable. i am unstoppable. i am unstoppable. then i am going to eat so many sopapillas and drink so many margaritas. i am going to be a total embarrassment to my family. it’s going to be great. you can follow along with my progress on the 15th if you want. you can track me on the run hou ’17 app or on the race website. i’m bib number 14922. the local abc station website will be showing live footage of the finish line until 1pm houston time as will espn3. i plan to cross the finish line between 12:12pm and 12:25pm after running for more than five hours. actually it will be later than that because my corral will start substantially later than the 7am start time. i’ll be taking a map of the route with me in case it takes me past the six-hour cut-off time to run the thing. it turns out that i slow down significantly after about 16 or 17 miles. here we go, people. good luck, five days hence jean. * seriously, what did i forget? share this:tweetemailmoreshare on tumblrprint posted in running | 14 replies stimey’s 2017 race calendar posted on january 1, 2017 by stimey 3 january 15: houston marathon houston, tx 26.2 miles official time: 5:56:08 (pr) share this:tweetemailmoreshare on tumblrprint posted in uncategorized | 3 replies beginning-o-year postaramalamadingdong posted on january 1, 2017 by stimey 5 alex says the fact that my last post here was on december 2 should, “weigh on you very fucking heavily.” and then he gave me a disapproving look. well, mr. i can’t even be bothered to put emoticons, signatures, and explanatory paragraphs in emails, much less write a blog, we can’t have that, now can we? first things first: happy new year. let’s get this shitstorm known as 2017 started, shall we? ugh. alex was in new york for concerts (obviously), so my kids and i celebrated new year’s by watching tv, playing a vigorous game of indoor catch with foam dice, eating delicious snack foods, and doing things like putting scarfs on cats. starfire sez, “halp.” it was a good time. we were all in bed by 12:07. today is the day for resolutions. to that i say, “let’s check out how last year’s resolutions went.” resolution #1 was to write more. oy. not accomplished. (see above note about december 2.) i only wrote 46 posts in 2016, down from 51 in 2015. let’s carry this one over to 2017. i resolve to write more in 2017. i got a new computer for christmas and i’ve already put charging cords all over the house, so i can’t be all, “well my computer is going to run out of power so i should probably just crush this candy instead.” also, i’ve already transferred my book writing software (purchased in 2013 and clearly highly utilized <—sarcasm) to my new computer as well. could this be the year for a book? is it merely the year for the transfer of book writing software to a new computer? only time will tell. resolution #2 was to turn my digital photos in photo books. i’m going to call this partly successful. i have up to 2010 done and hope to do 2016 this week. that just leaves me with five years of backlog and some of those years i don’t even know where the photos are so that should make them super easy. o_o resolution #3 was to significantly change my body shape and lose a noticeable amount of weight. i lost just over 28 pounds this year (45 total!), so i’ll call this a win. i’ve also changed sizes. my new jeans and work pants fit for about a month and now they’re baggy too, so yay, me, i guess. although i don’t really like pants shopping, so now i’ll be baggy for the next year until i’m ready to go shopping again. i’m still not where i want to be, but i’m getting there slow and steady, which is the way i want to do it. therefore, i resolve to continue my weight loss and body change in 2017. i have two more resolutions that are new this year. i am tempted to make the next one a resolution to run a marathon, but that seems like cheating because i am running a marathon on january 15 and if i don’t check this one off, i’ll be heartbroken and unmotivated to do anything else for the rest of the year, so let’s call that not a resolution but a foregone conclusion and make my running goal this: i resolve to work on running faster in 2017. (faster for me is still pretty slow for the rest of you.) i plan on continuing to run long, but after january, my long run goal might be a 20-miler in september. marathon training is hard, y’all. that said, i ran 1,044.4 miles in 2016. i’m not sure i can beat that in 2017. my last resolution has to do with my kids. parenting is easier now that they are older and do things on their own. that said, i’m starting to miss them. i feel like i can go whole weekends without spending quality time with them because they’re off doing their own things and i’m off doing errands (or running for hours; see “marathon training is hard”). so, i resolve to spend more time with my family doing things together in 2017. i realized that sam is likely to leave home in just over three years and his brothers aren’t far behind him. i’m lucky that they still like to do things with alex and i, so i’m going to take advantage of that and force them to do even more things with alex and i until we are all so sick of each other that we’ll be happy to part ways when college time arrives. i hope that if you are a resolution person that you have the best of luck with yours as well. from team stimey to team you, happy new year! team stimey says happy 2017 and we hope it’s not as bad as we fear it could be. share this:tweetemailmoreshare on tumblrprint posted in uncategorized | 5 replies summer in december, wisconsin vacation part iii posted on december 2, 2016 by stimey 8 i know that it is december and we got back from summer vacation months and months ago, but i have to finally write this because sam keeps asking for it. are you happy now, sam?! are you happy now?! remember how months ago we went to a cottage and then a cabin in wisconsin? well, after that we went to a resort town called wisconsin dells. we’d been there three years ago and team stimey was ready to go back. we arrived way after bedtime, so we checked in to our hotel and got ready for bed. i remembered something we had left in the car and went back out to be greeted by the dawning realization that very clearly there was a cheerleader camp taking place at the resort and ours was the only room on our entire floor that wasn’t full of teenage girls. the horror. the horror. i should take a moment here to pay homage to the hero of our vacation: my noise canceling headphones. seriously. this would have been a very different vacation without them, especially in cheerleaderville. jack in particular had been really excited to go back to the waterpark. he, along with quinn, couldn’t wait to get in the wave pool and the lazy river and the waterslides. this is one of his relaxo places. and this is his excito place—jack on the left, quinn on the right. sam and alex, however, were a little less excited by the whole deal. if you look closely, you can see killjoy one and killjoy two reading books at a table. alex did eventually join the water people and sam spent some time swimming, but i think he might have only gone on one waterslide total over the course of three days. that’s okay though, because there are so many other things to do at wisconsin dells. i spearheaded one particularly successful outing to take advantage of these attractions early on in our stay. i had seen a poster for something called zombie outbreak and it looked awesome. it’s like laser tag where you wind your way through a dark, twisty building and people dressed as zombies jump out at you and you have to shoot them in the head or else they tag you and you lose points. clearly this was the right place to take my kids. i asked everyone in the family if they wanted to join me and even showed them a short video i found online so they could know what to expect. turns out, the video didn’t fully capture the experience of zombie outbreak. quinn and alex were smart enough to hear “zombie” and stay in the car. sam and jack were foolishly brave. you guys, it was so much fun. although when we were getting our training and jack was all, “i don’t like jump scares,” i probably should have guessed that it wasn’t going to go well. at least i learned who i’d be able to count on in the zombie apocalypse. answer: me. it went so badly. jack was devastated by the experience and ran out of the building crying once he was finally able to escape. sam covered his dismay a little better. in a desperate bid to make jack love me again after i permanently scarred him, i suggested that we do some go-karting. mission success! jack loved me again. quinn, on the other hand, was collateral damage in a high speed go-kart wreck caused by reckless teenagers and bashed his head against the headrest, sending him to the car in tears, making that two of my kids i’d badly damaged in the span of an hour. jack took quinn’s extra ticket after he was injured. as long as only one kid at a time is emotionally, psychologically, or physically hurt, i’m doing okay, right? knowing when we were beat, we headed back to the hotel for dinner and more swimming, which, thanks to poolside dining, took place at the same time. dinner was made even better by the arrival of vermin looking for a handout. i’m guessing that raccoon is pretty well fed. the last time we’d been to wisconsin dells, the standout event was jet boat! naturally, we wanted to do it again. jet boat! is a tour of the area waterways on a speedboat that spins out and splashes the passengers and is generally awesome for the whole family. not like a zombie apocalypse at all. look at everyone all dry and excited. then this happened. and we were left with this. if you look really closely, you can actually see water dripping from jack’s nose. alex really wanted to go miniature golfing at this very cool course that we drove past and we were going to do it after jet boat! but for obvious reasons, we were unable to follow through on this and therefore alex wasn’t able to do the one goddamn thing he wanted to do in all of wisconsin dells and we are monsters. as we did each night at the dells, we spent the evening at the indoor water park. jack and quinn spent hours in the lazy river and lured me in as well. i liked to float happily around and occasionally take photos of my kids with my phone safely encased in its waterproof pouch. jack liked to direct my happy floating to spots underneath waterfalls. this is probably the least flattering trio of photos of me ever, but it is unlikely you will even notice that what with jack omg jack and his face behind me. we only had one day left, of which we took full advantage. jack and i went on a bunch of waterslides together. he’s a fun companion. this is alex with jack on the roller coaster waterslide. i never even knew such a thing existed. it was great fun. this is the one slide sam went on. i think he lost a bet and had to do it. i wasn’t going to miss the chance to photograph him. and i’ve probably said it 800 times, but quinn and jack together? they are the best. here they are hugging and carrying each other in the lazy river. just because. “but wait, stimey,” you may be thinking, “did you go on any waterslides? did anyone take a photo of you?” don’t worry. i left my phone with alex when i went on a slide and he captured me at the bottom. i know it’s brave to put a swimsuit photo of me online. our very last night in wisconsin dells, we went to dinner at the hotel steakhouse. we’d gone to the same restaurant last time we’d been there. their motto is “where size matters.” the first time we’d gone, alex and i had ordered a side dish of potatoes made up of probably five pounds of potatoes that made us feel bad for being americans. this blade outside the steakhouse wasn’t sharp enough. but—and this is probably why sam wants me to write this post so goldang bad—sam remembered from the last time we were there that there is a 50-ounce steak on the menu and he had been talking for three years about how he was going to eat one. but alex and i are reasonable people—we are—and no way were we going to buy him a 50-ounce steak. that said, we were happy to order the 50-ounce and two plating fees so all three kids could share it. that is a lot of steak. unfortunately, both quinn and jack had filled up on bread and they each ate about a bite of it then returned their uneaten portions to sam’s plate. based on this photo, i think jack may just have been too tired to eat as well. alex and i consumed our reasonably sized dinners and watched sam consume huge amounts of food in a short amount of time. one of the staff even came out from the kitchen under the pretense of removing something from our table to gawk. he even gnawed off the hard-to-get meat stuck to the bones. it took him maybe ten minutes. it was, quite honestly, a feat. and then he shared a dessert with his brothers. he was a little hysterical for the rest of the night. i think he went into meat shock. i kept a close eye on him to make sure he wasn’t going to barf or die or something. he seemed to emerged unscathed. plus, the restaurant gave him a t-shirt! the next day we checked out early to start our long drive home. alex took a bunch of our stuff to the car… it turns out that team stimey needs a lot of stuff to survive. …and the kids did their part. thanks for carrying those two empty cups and a stuffed cat, guys. from there it was just a billion and six hours to drive home. this is how you amuse yourself on a billion and six hour drive. this turned out to be one of the most fun and relaxing vacations that team stimey has been on for a long time. it was nothing like the long, stressful stretch of time that it took me to write about it on the interwebs. now it might be time to go on another vacation! share this:tweetemailmoreshare on tumblrprint posted in alex, jack, quinn, sam, summer, travel | 8 replies marathon training and how it sucks sooooooo hard posted on november 26, 2016 by stimey 5 i came up with that title up there at about mile 16.5 of my 18-mile run today. i think i’ve told you that i’m running the houston marathon in january. in case i haven’t, here you go: i am running the houston marathon in january. that means i am currently in the thick of training for it. marathon training, as it turns out, is constant. it never stops. you finish a long training run, take a couple of days and start again. i feel like all i ever do is run. because of the relentless nature, i do seem to be be approaching readiness. i ran 17 miles last weekend and it was hard, but not impossible. for the first time, 26.2 miles didn’t seem undoable. i was encouraged and ready to hit this weekend’s 18 miles. my guiding mission during this time has been to (a) not get injured and (b) not get sick. knock on wood, so far so good on the injury, but last wednesday i woke up sick. i debated skipping my 8-mile run that day to rest up, but after napping for most of the day, i decided to suck it up and head out. i ran pretty slow, but it wasn’t too painful, so i decided to stick with the 10k race i had thursday in lieu of a 5-mile training run. that went even slower and less well. the real test though, was this weekend’s long run—scheduled for 18 miles. i was worried about it. i spent a lot of time thursday and friday sleeping and willing myself to be not sick by saturday/run day. i had a plan b though. i figured if i got into my run and felt bad that i would switch this week’s long run (18 miles) with next week’s (13 miles). i woke up feeling okay, if a little coughy and phlegmy. i caught a ride with my family to the doughnut shop to start me a little farther away from my final destination. (do you have any idea how goddamn hard it is to find a mostly downhill route of 18 miles in the dc area?) plus, do you know how virtuous you can feel setting out for an 18-mile run when the rest of your family is chugging doughnuts? i headed out with high hopes and a decision to evaluate how the run was going at about mile 11. here’s how the run was going: mile 1.5: whine. my legs are tired. i stop in at a 7-11 to buy a gatorade and impulse buy a snickers bar to stash in my camelbak for later if necessary. mile: 3: it’s hot. i’m going to take off my gloves and earwrap. mile 4: i should put that earwrap back on. mile 4.5: christ, it’s hot. i take off my gloves and earwrap and tie my jacket around my waist. mile 6: i’m cold. jacket back on. hold off on the gloves and earwrap for now. mile 8: i pass the bottom of the road that leads to my house. i look longingly up it. mile 8.5: this run is a slog. i sit on a stump for a while to evaluate my life choices. eventually i stand up and keep going. mile 10: everything warm is back on for good. mile 11.25: i sit on a bench and eat my snickers bar. this is a good life choice. mile 12: should i stop at 13 miles? no. mostly because i don’t want to run 18 miles next weekend. also, i only have a 10k left to run. how hard could that be? mile 14: hard. mile 16: i sit on a bench to suck the last of my water from my camelback and watch a really sad looking woman look for her lost keys on the c&o canal trail. mile 16.1: she found her keys! it is a miracle! she is so happy she looks like she is going to cry. i congratulate her and continue to shuffle along. mile 17: every step i take carries me a longer distance than i have ever run consecutively. i also start to wonder where exactly i am going to be when i reach 18 miles. far from any reasonable exit point on the trail? unable to move? virginia? mile 18: turns out i am one stinky, sketchy staircase away from georgetown. i climb it and talk to alex on the phone who is already on his way to pick me up. i tell him at what intersection i am sitting and shivering. then my phone, unable to function in the cold anymore, dies from battery loss. but not before i take this super desperate looking selfie. i sit and shiver and wait for a surly but heroic alex to arrive. marathon training sucks hard. i’m doing it though. and if i can run this 18 miles while sick and cold, i can do 26 in houston—as long as i can keep injury and sickness away for the next 50 days. also, my family saved a doughnut for me. i ate it when i got home. it was delicious. share this:tweetemailmoreshare on tumblrprint posted in running | 5 replies race report: oceans 50 relay posted on november 18, 2016 by stimey 1 i was lucky enough to be able to get away to florida last weekend with a bunch of my running friends (team mlc, represent!) to run a relay race. it was really good to be in a pretty place with a fun team activity and good people. i left town last thursday, arriving in jacksonville at 10 pm, just in time to be picked up by local heroes lyda and bob who took me to lyda’s beach house where we promptly went to our respective beds. we’s old. the next morning was for beach walking, my favorite part of which is watching the funny birds who run around in the surf. i relate to these little birds because they look like they kinda wanna wade, but then the water gets too close and they run away, but then they want to get close to the water, but not really! i do all that too. i spent a lot of that first beach walk wondering if i should collect some shells for my kids because last time we were down there, heather collected shells for her kids and i didn’t and i told my kids about that and quinn objected strenuously that he had no shells but collecting shells involves a lot of bending over and looking at things and i wasn’t sure i was ready for that kind of commitment when instead i could just not mention shells to quinn and all would be well, but i ended up deciding to collect shells and i then i totally enjoyed it and went home with a gallon-sized ziploc full of them. team mlc members marc and heather arrived at the beach house just before lunch, which was great, and then we came back to the beach and collected more shells. heather and lyda walked in the water and got all wet. my view from where i plunked myself on the beach, making an effort to touch as little sand as possible. i sat on the beach in the sun looking like i was dressed for an entirely different season than my friends in my jeans, but it was warm and nice and decidedly un-wet. the water mostly stayed far away from me, but one wave came up to the point where i am pointing in this photo. nature almost touched me. after that beach walk/sit, our final team member, marisa, arrived and we drove off to the hotel where we would be spending the night prior to our race, which was about an hour away from jacksonville in a place called flagler county. the race is the oceans 50 relay and i would highly recommend you run it. we had a six-person team and the race is made up of 12 legs, so each of us ran two. the whole thing took us eight and a half hours and no one had to sleep in the van or worry too much about stocking supplies for the race. the race was super well organized with really friendly volunteers and easy logistics. plus! this race was set up so all but two of the exchanges had real, actual bathrooms with running water. ten out of ten, highly recommended. team start times began at 5am and ran as late as 8 am, but because we’re us, our start time was at five (five. a. m.) but we were supposed to report to the start line an hour before start time so we could get our safety briefing (four. a.m.) which meant i needed to set my alarm for 3 am (and 3:15 am, then with the snooze, 3:24 am). (three. twenty. four. a. m.) needless to say, i was in bed and asleep by 8:15. i need to take a moment to mention that all day long i’d been finding little notes in my luggage. alex, who has never done anything like it before, wrote me a series of encouraging little notes and put them in my shoes and in with my running clothes. i found my favorite one right before i went to bed for the night. he based it off of our team t-shirt, which i’d designed. see if you can guess which one alex drew and which one i did: i’ll give you a hint: the banana i drew looks like a banana. somehow our entire team assembled in the hotel lobby at 3:45 as instructed and we blearily made our way to the start line where we learned such important safety details as “follow the route signs facing you, not the ones facing away from you” and “if it is pitch black, wear your head lamp and reflective vest.” marc totally failed the safety briefing by the way. the guy explained how the exchange number was the same as the number of the leg preceding it and then immediately asked, “what exchange comes at the end of leg two?” and marc yelled really loudly, “three!” fortunately, we were not immediately disqualified. lyda was our starting runner, so we lit her up like a christmas tree and situated her at the start line. “wait. t-r-a-t-s?” then we waited around tapping our feet impatiently waiting for it to be 5 am. patient. and in remarkably good spirits for 4:57 a.m. (heather, bob, marisa, marc) soon enough it was 5:00 and lyda set off with the rest of the starters. there were 5 or 6 other teams that started at the same time that we did, but by the time we started leg 2, she was ahead of all but two of them. we got a little lost looking for exchange #1, but we eventually found it before lyda arrived and saw that leg two led off down an unlit trail that was pitch. fucking. black. there could have been anything down there. it was intense. fortunately that leg belonged to marisa, who took off with a bounce in her step and, hopefully, a knowledge of basic self-defense maneuvers to protect herself from people and gators. leg three was marc’s and was what everyone referred to as “the swamp leg.” while the rest of the race was on roads and paths and was more or less flat, this leg was on a trail with hills and roots and rocks and, according to the race packet, maybe even a boar. the race organizers time runners on this leg and give a special prize to the person who runs it fastest because it is so challenging. and! if your start time is 5 am, you get to run it in the dark. heather took this photo of me while marc was running the swamp leg. i assume it was even darker in, you know, the swamp. i was runner four, so when marc suddenly popped out of the swamp (in first place now!), i grabbed the baton and took off. i could tell there was a runner behind me, but i was determined to stay in front of him for as long as i could. team mlc is scrappy and we have some speedy runners on our team, but we tend to get passed by other teams who catch up to us and surge ahead. i am often the one who is passed. i wanted to keep this guy behind me for as long as possible on my four-mile leg. i could feel him getting closer as i passed one mile. i decided to try to stay in front until i got to two miles. eventually i realized that he had fallen back and i was secure in my first place spot. i kept my speed up though and came into my exchange almost four minutes faster than i had estimated. me being speedy. i passed the baton to heather, who took off only to be called back by the volunteer at the exchange who said she was going the wrong way. she knew she was going the right way, but got rattled enough that she came back. fortunately another team who had run the race before was waiting for their runner and told her to keep going her original way. they were our angels. our van sped off to meet her at the end of her leg where two things amused me to no end. (1) marisa, who lives in montana, freezing in florida. (2) this rock that was chained to the ground. first i tried to figure out why it was chained to the ground then i tried to pick it up and steal it. i failed in both endeavors. bob took up the baton at the rock and headed back the way heather had come and we rode off to meet him. it turns out that the exchange that heather had left from gets used as the start of two different legs, so that is why the volunteer got mixed up. fortunately we had it all figured out by now so by the time bob gave lyda the baton and a kiss to start her on leg 7 of the race, we were all set. i have to say, while i really enjoyed this race, the race guide had led me to believe that we were going to see all kinds of fun animals, like alligators and maybe peacocks and even otters, on the course. i saw one dead, smashed armadillo. it was disappointing. but not too disappointing, because team mlc was on fire, continuing our streak of being awesome. marisa took the baton from lyda for the next leg, which included a really tall bridge in what was starting to become the hot sun. she persevered though, cruising into the next exchange to hand off to marc. i was running the next leg, a six and a quarter long route that had one turn and a reeeeeaaaaaally long stretch along a straight road. i was expecting marc to come down the same long straightaway that i was going to head out on, so i was surprised when he burst out of a side trail, sending me down my road before i even knew what was happening. i ran 0.8 miles, took a left turn and started down my long road at which point i was passed by some teenager from a team that was apparently made up of high school running champions. she giggled as she passed me and quickly left me in the dust. we never saw them again. my exchange was on the sidewalk of the road i was running down and it came into view, like, forever before i got there. i felt like i was running toward it for a million years without it getting closer. i stayed pretty close to my estimated time for this leg at 11:30 min/mi, which i still consider a pretty good pace for me. i passed off to heather, who set off on perhaps the hottest and least shady leg of the race. the real bummer though was when she took her one right turn and was confronted with another really tall bridge to run over. that must have been demoralizing to run up to. and over. once she arrived at her exchange, bob was our only runner left. happily it was really hot by this time and he was wearing a black shirt. good planning, bob. he headed off for his leg, which included running back up the bridge and down a set of stairs. we meandered off to the finish line which was at flagler beach. i can’t even imagine living in a place where going to the beach in november is a possibility. well, actually, the finish line was on a sidewalk across the street, but that wasn’t as pretty. see? before too long we saw bob cruising down the sidewalk and we all fell in line behind him to cross the finish line together. we ended up coming in 32nd of 45 teams (not bad for us!), but we were the second team to cross the finish line (great for us!). team mlc is the greatest. each of us super rocked the oceans 50. the race organizers had food and beer (and real actual bathrooms—best. race. ever.) for us at a restaurant at the finish line. we ate and then drove back to the beach house where we took turns in the single shower with the tiny hot water heater. turns out we are just as good at showering quickly as we are at running, because everyone got hot water. yay, us! we really are a team. :) we left earlyish the next morning to fly back home, making this a whirlwind trip. it was really good for my soul though to be out in the fresh air doing something i love with people i love. i am really glad we were able to do it. thanks, captain heather, for doing such an incredible job organizing us. thanks, bob and lyda, for hosting us. and thanks, marisa and marc, for just being generally awesome. thanks, florida. share this:tweetemailmoreshare on tumblrprint posted in friends, running | 1 reply post navigation ← older posts stimey believes rodents are funny, autism may be different than you think, and that if you have a choice between laughing and crying, you should always try to laugh—although sometimes you may have to do both. subscribe by email! enter your email preview | powered by feedblitz recent posts stimeyland’s topics select category jack (692) quinn (554) sam (510) autism (362) stimey (188) alex (180) school (166) uncategorized (165) friends (143) random (135) dc metro moms (121) holiday (110) blogging (109) pets (108) health (93) things to do (93) dc metro mom post (91) autism unexpected (86) family (84) travel (82) kindergarten (75) summer (69) parenting (69) camp stimey (65) autism unexpected original (64) bloggy love (63) preschool (59) running (57) house (55) gerbils (52) hockey (48) cat (44) second grade (41) patch (38) first grade (36) mood (34) cassidy (34) blogher (33) mice (31) dog (30) #projectstimey (30) algernon (29) whymommy (28) working (24) play (24) food (23) third grade (22) sports (19) #projectstimey update (19) fourth grade (18) kids (18) snow (18) spring (17) videography (16) asperger’s (14) therapies (13) iep (13) politics (12) fifth grade (11) nature (11) crafts (11) poop (11) junk pyramid (10) perspective (10) dipshit friday (9) body (9) review (8) found (8) spd/sid (7) soccer (7) esy (7) ants (7) sensory issues (7) giveaway (6) autumn (6) tadpoles (6) gardening (5) heroes (5) baseball (4) pool (4) photography (4) adhd (4) twitter (4) press (4) pdd-nos (4) chester (4) moving (4) guinea pigs (3) gifted (3) advocacy (3) ladybugs (3) autmont (3) networking (3) pokitdok (3) inclusion (3) nintendo (2) manti (2) minecraft (2) minecraft blog (2) depression (2) turkey vulture (1) hopeful parents (1) merchandise (1) bus stop (1) world (1) momicillin (1) awn (1) stimey’s guide to life (1) phobia (1) pmdd (1) rodents (1) cycling (1) archives ▼2017 (4) ▼january (4) mission accomplished! 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