I got to meet Meb Keflezighi, the winner of the 2009 NYC Marathon, the first Marathon Tracie and I ever ran. I told him we got engaged at the finish line. He said, “That’s nice.” But not in a condescending way, in a sincere way. He’s a very nice man.

I wish I would have been wearing a less mooby shirt. It could have been worse. I could have been wearing one of those No Fear for Moms shirts they were selling, pink shirts that said things like, “I run like a girl. Try to keep up.” or “I don’t sweat. I sparkle.” 

On second thought, I should have been wearing one of those shirts.

I got to meet Meb Keflezighi, the winner of the 2009 NYC Marathon, the first Marathon Tracie and I ever ran. I told him we got engaged at the finish line. He said, “That’s nice.” But not in a condescending way, in a sincere way. He’s a very nice man.

I wish I would have been wearing a less mooby shirt. It could have been worse. I could have been wearing one of those No Fear for Moms shirts they were selling, pink shirts that said things like, “I run like a girl. Try to keep up.” or “I don’t sweat. I sparkle.”

On second thought, I should have been wearing one of those shirts.

  1. conky said: S H E E T Z
  2. sarahb said: I love your haircut
  3. rendit said: That is a bad out-fit!
  4. usernameninetynine said: "Don’t Run Like a Faggot"
  5. artyucko said: I love how the people who always win are tiny.
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