I spent the morning convincing Destroy that Darth Vader was not a superhero to be sported on superhero day at school. (The boysâ€™ preschool class isnâ€™t allowed to do Halloween costumes.)
So when evening rolled around, Search and Destroy were eager to take over the worldâ€™s candy supply as the costumed duo, Prince Charming and Darth Vader.
Jon and I headed out on the town Saturday night to take in dinner and a show. Because what could possibly be more romantic than a date night with Mythbusters. (Admit it â€“ youâ€™d be wondering if theyâ€™d blow something up on stage too.)
Are you familiar with the show? Mythbusters is a reality show that has been airing on the Discovery Channel for 11 years. Using actual science, the hosts explore popular myths (hence the name) to test the plausibility of rumors, myths, movie scenes, adages, Internet videos and news stories. The science is real, educational, entertaining and they pretty much always blow something up. Continue reading
*Disclaimer. The clock time in that Mile 12 photo is the actual race time. Not my time. Subtract 45 minutes for my time. Because I started the race in corral F. And we had to wait for A-E to go first. Clearly they were slow.
At 9:30 a.m. yesterday morning I reflected upon my day. I had already run 13.1 miles.
â€œWhy?â€ inquired a concerned cousin. â€œWere you in grave danger?â€