The last month has been a whirlwind and I honestly don’t know where to begin. I got married…I went on a honeymoon (which was the most fun of my life) and now today I’m back…back in real life. I did a lot of stuff that will never make the blog. I made a lot of memories that won’t be blogged about…
To say these last few weeks were incredible is an understatement.
Between my wedding, honeymoon and my new found enjoyment of running injury free, I don’t really know where to begin blogging. So here is a little recap of the last month and I’ll break it down at a later time.
For T and I, our wedding was perfect. We got to see a lot of family and friends and enjoy the evening with them. Everything went perfectly (thanks to my wedding planner and vendors). We didn’t have to worry about anything and could just enjoy the entire evening.
I did a post about our wedding here.
Here are just a few photos (more to come):
We went to Key West, Florida for a few days followed by boarding a cruise. We both really enjoyed doing this and we felt like we did a lot of fun and new things.
In Florida, we rode a glass bottom boat and saw dolphins.
In St. Maartin, we went kayaking and snorkeling.
I somehow ended up dancing and booty popping on stage for the “World’s Sexiest Man” competition. That is a lolz post in itself…
In summary, the 10 day honeymoon was perfect for us and that is all that matters. We didn’t stay up until 3am drinking nor did we drink every single night (but we did indulge and spent 10 stress and worry free days). We came back to NJ still married and that is important…
I posted a long winded summary yesterday but right now I’m running injury free (knock on wood). I made a few mistakes along the way from racing to not seeing a specialist sooner but I’m excited to begin running well again. During our honeymoon, we ran together most days. It was hot, we weren’t acclimated to the weather but it was really enjoyable because I was running injury free.
Since I won’t get to writing a post about running goals for a while, my major goal of the summer is actually participate in 5-10ks versus talking about running them and never signing up. I think reworking my turnover and not focusing on 20 mile runs will be beneficial for my body. Who knows where the later summer and fall will take me but I will approach that topic at another time.
Long story short, it was a great month for everything. I’m excited to be back and begin “Real” real life. Thank you everyone for their love and support. It truly means a lot to both of us.