I didn't have anything pink to wear, but purple was close and I thought the pigtails were fitting. ;) I may just put my hair like this from now on when running, it didn't swing around and pull as much as my ponytail does...and it makes me look about 12 instead of 40. LOL
It was cold to start (44 degrees) but after about a mile and a half I warmed up. I decided that I wanted to try and push a bit and better my time, so I tried to get my pace up without pushing too much. I had a moment where I had to stop the Garmin and walk because there was a dog loose near where I was running and I know they get in chase mode sometimes when they see runners. I just walked until he couldn't see me (maybe a minute) and then started the Garmin back up. Turned around and headed back and really pushed when I saw I was going to beat my previous time. Finished up with 31:52! That's a great pace for me, so I was pleased.
I misjudged my mileage though and had quite a bit to get back home, so I decided to just keep running. I stopped briefly to take a picture of the blooming trees in our town. Perfect day for a Pink elephant run, lots of pink to see!
I received my first Kona Kase, I'll do a review once I try out everything in it. Now off to enjoy the sun and do some afternoon yardwork!
Oh! I almost forgot. I made a Facebook page for my blog as well. Losing The Glass Slippers
I joined twitter too, but I don't totally GET Twitter. LOL. I need to spend more time over there figuring it out. It's bad when you are asking your daughter to explain what the purpose of a hashtag is! :p
Have you ever done a virtual race? Do you like them?