Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Kel's 6 month shots

Shots as in pictures...not immunizations.
That's right! 
More pictures of our little girl. 
Can you ever really have enough?


Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Family Pictures

My friend from High School drove all the way up to Heber to take our family pictures.
We went to my favorite spot and the leaves were perfectly yellow.
I love how they turned out!
If anyone is looking for a photographer, I highly, highly, recommend  April at DeLaMare Photography.  She came to us, is more than reasonably priced ($75 for an hour session and 30 images!), great with my baby, and very, very fast at getting you your pictures. 
Check her out! 


Now to pick the ones to go on the wall. 
Any suggestions?

Monday, October 15, 2012

The Love Your Body 6k

Saturday morning was my 6k! I made it to bed on time Friday night and actually slept pretty well. I woke up 5 minutes before my alarm went off on race day. Because everything was all ready to go all we had to do was get dressed, feed me, and feed the baby.
I was so excited for this race to start! My sister-in-law ran it with me and it was her first race. It was fun to help her out with little tips.
The race started and I started running. My first (and main) goal was to run the whole thing. The race was at Thanksgiving Pointe, running through the gardens. It was beautiful, but hilly. Not gonna lie, those hills were hard. Instead of concentrating on the hill in front of me, I looked down, focused on my feet, my breathing, and my music. Before I knew it, I was at the top. And I kept running.
My other goal was to finish in under 37 minutes. I've never done a 6k before, so I didn't have a time to beat. 37 minutes just seemed reasonable enough. I was running 5ks in 34 minutes and I always run faster for races.
So, when my iPod told me I was done, the time said 39 minutes. But I wasn't done. I still had a ways to go. Apparently, my iPod has been under-judging the distance on my runs. When I crossed the finish line, I came in at just under 44 minutes. And my iPod said I had gone 4 miles. To be honest, I was pretty disappointed in my time. But then I looked at my 3.5 mile run last week and realized that I matched that time. So I did increase my speed. I also got my Farthest Run, Fastest Mile, and Fastest 1k badge.

Overall, I came in 101st out of 294 women. I was 39th out of 114 in my age group. I feel very good about that. Now I have a time to beat!
Here's some pictures of the race.
Before the race (It was cold!)

Finish line

Getting closer

Waving at my baby. When I saw her, I almost started to cry.

Cool Down

Post race.
Next race: The Night of the Living Dead 5k on Saturday. I'm going to be a zombie!!