I’ve got big news….


I’m proud to announce that I will be an ambassador for the 2016 Glass City Marathon in my hometown of Toledo Ohio!

Here’s my profile, and you can check out the other ambassadors here:



As an ambassador, I’m joining a group of runners and bloggers that are excited about the marathon.  We hope to educate, inspire, entertain, and motivate you to achieve your goals!

These races take place in April, 2016, so I have a few months to plan, but as I go through my training I’ll keep you informed and engaged.  And you’ll probably get to hear a little bit of my whining too 🙂

The Glass City half marathon was my first half in 2010.  I remember it well.  Even back then my husband was able to enjoy a beer on the course while I gave it my all!  (no fair)


I’ve run a Glass City race almost every year since.  It’s a great course, with a great group of people!

And beer… did I mention the beer?  Little known fact: in 2013 they had a contest to name the beer which is served at the finish line of the race.  I WON!  So when you raise a mug at the end of the race with “Glass City Glory” in it, think of me 🙂

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Glass City Glory tastes great in ALL of these mugs!


Q:  Is anyone planning ahead and registering early for the Glass City Marathon?

I almost always take advantage of early registration.  The cheaper the better!  And it gets me to commit.

Q: What is your favorite race swag?

These mugs have been perfect because they get used all of the time.  I am also a sucker for a great race shirt!  We also use a bottle opener from the Boston marathon.  Geez, you’d think we drink a lot of beer in this house….

9 thoughts on “Glass City Marathon Ambassador”
    1. Race shirts are pretty hit and miss. I have a couple from the Columbus marathon that I’ve worn way too many times at races. Every finish line photo was the same shirt! But it’s such an awesome shirt it’s hard to find a replacement.

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