So, I got to have an interview with someone from competitor magazine, which was pretty freaking cool!
He seemed super nice, and I’ll definitely let you know when the article is up!
I got to sing the national anthem for both races. And remember back in Chicago when I talked about the “finding my voice” montage? [You don’t remember that, because it’s in my drafts. But perhaps, if I ever catch up, someday people will have read it. And they will remember it. Or you’ll read it later and be like, “this is what she was talking about haha]
Anyway, I found it, I guess!
People seemed impressed. I felt it was a spot on performance – really hit that high note well, and all that business. It was great. I felt great.
It was a tiring race, but they all kind of are. 13 miles seems far sometimes. But that’s the way it is, I suppose!
I lucked out and stayed in a hotel super close to the race. (It was even where the rock ‘n’ roll people themselves stayed! I kept seeing them in the elevator. So, it was definitely the place to be.)
I know this is a short blog post, but I don’t know what else I have to say – good, nice people; fun magazine article; performance I feel good about. Bam, bam, bam. Done and done! (Another 16.2 miles in the books!)