What you’re supposed to say if you see me during the L.A. Marathon tomorrow. It’s going to be hot and it’s going to be miserable and I’m just going to try to leave it out there, without mentally breaking down. So yell at me if you see me. (I have something else I’m telling myself in my head, but it’s along these lines.)

Get your shit together and pick it the fuck up.

3 thoughts on “What you’re supposed to say if you see me during the L.A. Marathon tomorrow. It’s going to be hot and it’s going to be miserable and I’m just going to try to leave it out there, without mentally breaking down. So yell at me if you see me. (I have something else I’m telling myself in my head, but it’s along these lines.)

  1. This is the best. I was thinking about this the other day when I read your post and wanted to remember to come back and comment because this is exactly what I want people to say to me during the last 6 or so of a marathon. So get your shit together and pick it the fuck up! Best of luck tomorrow and go out there and in the words of my son, “Release the beast and give it all you got!”

  2. Hey, good luck tomorrow. Hot marathons are horrible. Hell hot 5K’s are horrible.

    Mentally you shouldn’t be horrible. I know LA probably isn’t 90 degrees during the winter, but it isn’t 10 degrees either. You haven’t been training in Winter, while all of a sudden running in 90 degrees.

    You are more ready for this than you think in a it is still going to suck anyway.

    If it helps you I may plan on going for a long run tomorrow, (4 miles). Ha!! 🙂

    Good luck. 🙂

  3. Tracking you here at home – just hit the 20K mark…
    Get your shit together! Pick it THE FUCK UP!! 🙂

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