Thursday, November 27, 2008

Happy Thanksgiving!!

Hope all those in the US has a wonderful Thanksgiving day...for others just think of something you are thankful for, afterall...that's what it's all about. It doesn't have to be one day out of the year, Thanksgiving can be everyday!

So you ask why have I been to busy to post? Well, besides being a new puppy mom and working on my Christmas knitting...I've been in training!

Today I'm running my second 5K race, which is also a fundraiser for a major local charity organization...the Roanoke Rescue Mission. This annual event is called The Drumstick Dash and has a great moto:

"Move Your Feet So Others Can Eat"

Courtesy Rescue Mission website

I'm not expecting any great gains in my previous time, but I do expect to eat as much turkey dinner as I want later today! Many members of my family are doing the "walk" part, my brother chickened out on the "running" part with me! Yeah, I can say that...because he doesn't read my blog!
I was so worried the weather was going to be cold & rainy, that's been a major factor in my training for this event...but today's going to be a beautiful day.

I am concerned I'll be too pooped to play in our annual "Granny Bowl" football game this afternoon...we'll have to wait and see!
Then, we're leaving for Eastern Va to visit Hubby's family!

Happy Thanksgiving...

Keep on Knittin' & Spinnin'!!

10 comments:

Aunt Kathy said...

Move your feet so others can eat...

LOVE IT.

Have a great day

issy said...

Happy Thanksgiving and Good Luck on the run!!

Becky said...

Good luck on the run. I know you will do well.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Channon said...

Hope you didn't have to run too early; it's warming up fast!

Happy Thanksgiving

Anonymous said...

Happy Thanks Giving. Good luck with the run.

Have a great time with the in-laws!

Blogger won't allow me to post this as gourdongirl so I am doing it as anon!

Bobbi said...

Maybe by next year I can get into our local "turkey trot". Happy Turkey Day to all of you and your family!

Dani said...

You did great Robin! Thanks for being such a good running leader!

Bubblesknits said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you, too!

Lost Arts Guild said...

Best of success on your run...great name! Hope you had a good, safe visit to E. VA.

Sandra @ Thistle Cove Farm

Anita said...

Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving!!

Hope your run went well, can't wait to hear about it!!