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February 7, 2015

10 miles turned to 11.5 when I decided to extend my out-and-back route just a tad more so I could stop by my dad’s to say hello.

I love a long, slow run. I felt like I could go forever, taking it at a nice and easy pace. And though my legs have been incredibly good-sore tired (and 10 more miles on tap tomorrow, oh boy), I had college hoops and FOOD to look forward to back home.

Yep, it’s that time of ‪#‎marathontraining‬ when I am in love with good food. Well, that’s always the case. But now it’s magnified, by 100. Tonight: turkey burgers with pepper jack cheese, roasted red potatoes and CEO Stout from ‪#‎rightbrainbrewery‬ in my favorite @enduranceevolution trail race pint glass. ‪#‎runnerfuel‬ ‪#‎week8‬ #marathontraining ‪#‎inastateofmotion‬ ‪#‎mittenbrew‬ ‪#‎michiganrunnergirl‬

What’s a favorite meal for you when training for a race? For lunch, I love a big, fat sandwich or wrap. Or salad with lots of toppings. Eggs (and cheese) are really speaking to me lately at breakfast. Do you have any interesting food cravings?

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