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So, if you read my post yesterday, you’d know that while waiting in the crazy long security line at the Kansas City airport, I noticed that two news stations were filming and even put up a picture of one of the cameras.

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I woke up yesterday morning to a text message from my friend who was still in Kansas City. She sent me a photo she took of her television screen.


Guess who was on her television screen?


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Seriously!?!? I practically screamed, started laughing, and then wished they got a more flattering shot…

Either way, I found it horribly ironic that I mentioned the cameras on my post, and then I ended up on TV!!! So random. Still can’t believe it. Or that my friend was actually watching the news at that moment and managed to snap a shot. Too. Much. To. Handle.

Okay, I’ll stop with that now.

So then it was time for a run! I got some new running shoes while I was in Kansas City at Gary Gribble’s Running Sports.

The woman who worked with me was absolutely fantastic! I had bought some shoes in early August, but afterwards I’d been having a lot of injuries. I didn’t know if it was due to the fact that I was going from zero running to training for a 10 miler, or if it had to do with the shoes.

I wore them into the store and she looked at my shoes, watched me walk barefoot, and then had me try on about a million pairs of shoes! My poor dad, he had to sit there and watch for ages! Although he loves running, so I think he enjoyed the store. And me, of course.

She told me that my feet are pretty narrow, so the Adidas that I had were much too wide for my feet, which is why I always felt like my right foot was sliding to the side, and that my shoelaces were never quite tight enough!

I finally decided on a pair of Saucony shoes. I’d never even heard of the brand before, but they felt comfortable and were more stable than my Adidas. I’m sorry I don’t remember the specific type, I left the box with all of that information in my room at home.

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I took them to the gym to try them out on the treadmill, so that if I didn’t like them I’d be able to return them when I went home for Christmas.

I think I liked them, although I think 7 was way too much for testing them out… I could tell they needed to be broken in. I was told to only run 2 or 3 miles, but I was dying to run and my legs were ready to go after not working out yesterday!

I did a 7 mile interval run:

Mile 0-1: built up to 6.7mph

Mile 1-2: 7.5 mph

Mile 2-3: 6.8 mph

Mile 3-4: 7.5 mph

Mile 4-5: 6.8 mph

Mile 5-6: 7.5 mph

Mile 6.0-6.15: 8.0 mph

Mile 6.15-6.25: 8.5 mph

Mile 6.25-6.5: 9.0 mph

Mile 6.5-7.0: 6.8 mph

Cool down walk for 5 minutes at 4.0 then 3.8

Notice the sprint at the end? I was really feeling like I wanted to sprint, and I actually thought about making my run longer, but I was running out of time so I just sprinted like crazy! It felt really good, I love getting my heart rate up!


Have you ever randomly ended up on the news?

What’s your favorite shoe brand?


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