Starting October 10th it's moving for 365 days (24/7). The ones that keep it moving are runners. Richard Bottram is the initiator of the Wheel of Energy and hopes, with the Wheel, to get people to raise as much money for Cancer Research as possible, and raise awareness for Cancer as a disease. You can sign up on their website and run in the Wheel of Energy to raise awareness for Cancer. In my opinion Richard Bottram has an amazing thing going here. Great initiative! I would be truly honered to be part of the Wheel of Energy.
2. I'm officially in love with these two Mulberry handbags. Really can't make up my mind on which one is prettier / more practical (I know: a pretty handbag isn't supposed to be practical...). Would it be weird to reward yourself with a handbag for finishing a marathon? ;)
3. I'm in a 'NEW YORK MARATHON IN 9 1/2 WEEKS!' frenzy. Excited, can't wait, driving my co-workers insane, yahdieyah kind of frenzy. Ofcourse this kind of buzz implies I'm Googling 'New York Marathon' at least 20 times a day. Googling my buttocks off I stumbled upon this clip of David Letterman's show (2009's post-marathon show). I've already seen this clip when it aired, but I still think it's extremely funny! By the way, Meb does NOT look like he just won the NYC marathon. He does NOT look at all tired. And I do NOT like him for that. ;) For those of you that haven't already seen the clip, and those of you that have, but don't mind seeing it again, here's the link. Promise, it's funny! :)
Ran: 6.3 miles / 10 km - 54:30 min - marathon pace work out