If I said I felt completely ready I'd be lying. My little family unit of 3 spent the last week at the family cabin which means I've done almost no running. The final week before a half or full marathon you aren't supposed to train hard but I would feel better if I'd gotten at least one or two runs in, but it just wasn't in the cards.
With that said, I'm as ready as I can be. Tomorrow I'll pick up my registration info, maybe go on a sort hike for some last minute cross training (or maybe a walk), I'll have a big pasta dinner along with the powerade I've been chugging. I have comfortable and work-out appropriate clothing and shoes...all the equipment I need. I've worked hard for months, it's not about my time, it's just about finishing.
V is being supportive as he has been this whole time. He, Liam, my in-laws, and bestie are planning to meet me at the end of my race. It's funny because I imagine most people spend a lot of energy thinking about the moment they cross the finish line....I haven't. I'm certain I'll cry because that is just who I am but other than that I haven't really thought much about, I sorta just look at this as another run (reality will surely set in when I see the thousands of people waiting to start the race too). I am blessed to live in a beautiful city, I can't wait to do this run and as I've mentioned before I'm pretty excited to have it done too. :)
I'll surely post a few pics and the results after I have recovered!