My NYC Marathon

Ten days have passed since the race….

when I think about that day, this pretty much sums it up….


… all and complete sensory overload.

There are so many details, so many minute snippets, and moments in time.  Details, details… I promise they are coming.  I’ve had to take time to decompress, to absorb.  I’ve also had to work every day since I’ve been home.  Tomorrow?  OFF!  Maybe I will find some time to write a recap, but to be honest, I think a ton of my race was spent in a total fog.  I’m almost worried about it.  Maybe I was just on auto pilot, and so concentrated that many of the moments were completely in a haze.  Well, I’ll do the best I can.

Running in the biggest marathon in the world is overwhelming, and fun, and well, so satisfying.  I can tell you one thing as a teaser, I finished in the top 15%!  That’s pretty damn satisfying right there!  My mind however, during the run?



4 thoughts on “My NYC Marathon

  1. That gives me a reminder what I like about city marathons – the excitement. And what I really don’t like – so many people and like what you say sensory overload. Thanks for sharing.

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