Well, the worst part was getting up at 3 am! Yes, 3:00 am!! We had to be in our sections by 5:00 a.m. So bus transports to the EPCOT staging area, walked around a bit, chatted with others, and got nervous.Y’all! I did this…well, Carmen and I did this! And survived…eh, sort of! It was 74 degrees and about 80 percent humidity. Ugh…not the best for this type of race…but again we survived. Disney knows how to put on an event. Bucket list. So I have on my bucket list as a Disney 1/2 Marathon (walking), but participating in a Disney Run is satisfying!!
Not the most flattering picture…but I will take it! I cried when I crossed the finish line…Y’all – four years ago I had to have a scooter to be able to survive our family trip to Disney. I could never had walk over 20,000 steps. So very grateful for my gastric sleeve, even with my 30 pound regain, for the opportunities to enjoy my life again. To be able to experience these types of events with my friends and family is truly the BEST thing…truly grateful.
Love and blessings.