Back to the point.
This one's all about Dave today!
He just ran his second half marathon, and is already planning more in the weeks and months to come. Back in November he got what he considered a "wake-up call" from his doctor. He needed to lose weight, eat better, and start being more active. He got to hear about all the things that could happen if he didn't change his ways. He started running after work, lost a good 20-30 lbs, and feels better than when he was a college athlete.
Yay! Go Dave!
For some crazy reason, however, he picked this nuts race in the middle of August. It was hot, humid, and full of hills.
To quote him "it sucked."
Suckage aside, we had a good day. After watching Dave start, the gals and I headed over to Centennial Olympic Park and played till the runners started to flow by.
They were at their 11th mile and the hill that passed the park was insane. I sat with the gals next to some other people cheering on runners and patiently waited for Dave. I packed the gals lots of snacks, juice, and things to do (thank you My Little Pony stickers). They didn't complain a single bit! Finally we saw Dave and the gals clapped and screamed "Go Daddy Go!"
Dave and the gals after the race.
The gals thought that Dad's medal was pretty awesome.
The gals also had their first train ride. Madeline was scared at first, but they both ended up loving it and screaming for the train.