The night before

It's about 10:30 on Friday night, and I should have been in bed a half an hour ago. I literally walked through my mother's door about 20 minutes ago before I bee-lined to the shower and then retreated to my bedroom to sleep.  My plan was to just pass out because I only have less than 7 hours before I have to wake up, but I thought I would write a quick post before I nodded off and lsd93W40Cjfslhfasdlhfpqwe9ur-pafcjC

... Sorry, a giant spider just scuttled across the room and I made a mad dash for my white Old Navy flip flop and bludgeoned it to death.

Whew. Mild heart attack.  Nothing to worry about. Moving on ...

Anyway, I intended to finish answering the questions you guys submitted over the past few days, but today ended up being busier than I had planned and this is the first time I've had a second to myself. Immediately after work I had to go home and pack so we could head up to Indy to battle the other thousands of people picking up their race packs at the One America Expo.  Then I had to go to the Greenwood mall and order spaghetti just like I did before my first mini so I dodn't jinx myself, and finally had to go hunting to find a long sleeve shirt to wear tomorrow because I forgot to pack one (twist my arm to get me to go shopping, race or not!).

But now I'm here, in my bed at my mom's house, and I don't think falling asleep 3 hours eariler than normal is going be a problem. I can't stop yawning.

Tomorrow is the big day! If you follow me on Twitter or are friends with me on Facebook, my accounts will automatically post updates on my race progress (isn't technology wonderful?) If you stop seeing updates on the race it's because A) I finished B) the race was called due to bad weather or C) I died somewhere along the way.

Good luck to all my friends who are running the race tomorrow as well! We can do this! :)