Well, the time is almost here. The 34th running of the Western States 100 mile endurance run. I am excited and nervous all at the same time. Anything can happen out there, and I hope for a good race without any major issues. At Wasatch last year, I got Rhabdomyolysis and spent a few months wondering if I would ever race again. One Doctor told me to put away my running shoes and take up another sport. I was bummed out and felt like I was drowning when I heard his advice. I didn't know what to say, and I didn't want to think of my life without running. Sick, huh?
9 months later, and here I am getting ready to tow the line of this sensational, absolutely exciting race. Thanks to everyone who has run and trained with me, and for all the support and encouragement that I have received from everyone. If you would like to follow my journey, please click here. I am number #344. Please send prayers or good vibes or something positive my way. Believe me, I will need it. Thank you all. Peace out.