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Friday, July 30, 2010

Did you notice...

Did you notice in a recent post HERE there was something different.  Something unusual.

No.  It isn't the I had a double day. 
Although I've cut back on them they are still a normal part of my running.

No.  It's not the new shirt. 
That's my awesome I-really-didn't-want-to-sweat-in-it Skyline Challenge tech tee. 

No.  It's not the fact that I ran 4 miles instead of 3.5. 
I know, you just thought I was stuck on that distance in the mornings, huh?



It's the fact that my Hubbs ran with me!
Although he changed his shirt at the last minute, I swear he just wanted to clash! it was his idea to run.
He had a PT test this week and needed to get a run completed to see where his time would be.
How lucky am I?!  It was great to see him out there running without pain and keeping his usual fasty-fast pace I might add.

He did great on his PT test and put some of those younger non-knee surgery men to shame. 
Congrats to my Major!

10 comments:

  1. I DID notice your hubbs in the photo and though maybe he sneaked in there. ;) Running with hubby is THE BEST!

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  2. Oh and here I thought that was Lance Armstrong!

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  3. Love it! Running with your honey is always the best! Happy Friday!

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  4. i'm so happy and jealous of you being able to run with your hubby (slash anyone haha). awesome :)

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  5. I noticed, but didn't know if he had been out running or if he just stepped into the picture. Yay for him getting out and running.

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  6. Very cool! My husband and I don't get nearly enough chances to run together. Enjoy it whenever you can!

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  7. sweet. My husband doesn't "do running". at. all.

    But he bikes, sort of, and so occasionally if we have child care, we can go for a ride together. my neighbor thinks it's so romantic.

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  8. I did notice that. You guys looked great and happy.

    I cannot run with my husband at all; I end up getting frustrated with him, complain and take off. My problem - not his. The irony is we met running; I was taking it easy one race (a 30K one at that) so paced him through it. The rest is history.

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  9. way to go! Glad he waited for his PT to release him to return! (Can you tell I'm a PTA? hehe)

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