The Craziest Thing I’ve Ever Done for My Birthday

30 01 2014

Yesterday, I turned 31. To celebrate, I did something crazy. No, not an “OMG I was so drunk I had the craziest night ever” (remember, I said I was 31, not 21). I did something that would cause many people to call into question my sanity.

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Yup. On November 30, 2014, I hope to toe the line of my first Ironman. See you in Cozumel folks. #XPDoesIMCOZ


(Now taking applications for our cheering squad) πŸ˜‰




13 responses

30 01 2014

You’ll be the only 28 year old in the F30-34 age group – what an advantage! πŸ˜‰

These next 10 months will be fun!

30 01 2014

Hahah! Yes! What they don’t know won’t hurt them! πŸ™‚

30 01 2014

Saw Meghann posting about this, and think it is genius!! can’t wait to see how training goes for you!

30 01 2014

Haha thanks! Why not buy myself a race registration for my birthday? πŸ˜‰

30 01 2014

Wooohoooo!!! Good luck to all three of you!!!

30 01 2014

Thanks Beth!

30 01 2014
Lauren @ The Thinking Closet

Happy birthday, Steph! And you go girl with your Ironman! I so believe in you.

31 01 2014

Thank Lauren!!

3 02 2014

Thanks Lauren!!

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