Saturday, June 7, 2008

THE RACER'S FEET ............

Thumpety Thump Thump, Thumpety Thump Thump ..... my toes match my nose!!!! I am SO cute!

Must admit, you are cute Racer Guy. Fat headed as well.

Went over to Guemes Island this morning for the famous 11th annual Dog Island 10K foot race. (never heard of it eh?) Been recovering slowly from almost a year of injuries so my time was not to be mentioned, but I DID finish and got a third in age group (old). But, nobody older than me beat me!!!! Just you wait until the equally famous Bivalve Bash Mud Run.



8 comments:

Glenna said...

Yay for finishing in whatever time! The famous Bivalve Bash Mud Run and Salt Flat Splat (in my case). Or--as we native Cape Coddahs would say--the Mahsh Bash. And Race-ah Guy looks like he's wearing his running shoes. Did you get a tee-shirt?

Rabbits' Guy said...

Nope .. no T-shirt. That race puts quite a bit of design on the front, which Ah don't caya fah, plus my dresser is chuck full!

bunnygirl said...

Hey, getting hardware is good, matter how you win it. I have great expectations of getting more than just finisher's medals...when I'm in the 80+ age group or thereabouts. Heck, by that age, I'll maybe be able to finally qualify for Boston, LOL!

Too bad my feet aren't as cute as Racer's!

mum of critters said...

adorable yes he is :-)

d. moll, l.ac. said...

Kudos for finishing, I ran a bit last summer with my son and wondered idly if I'd be able to finish an official race. Racer's feet are cute, he is right, next year the Tee shirt design should utilize his lovely feet! Who do we talk to about that?

Crafty Green Poet said...

very cute to have colour co-ordinated feet and nose!

buggins said...

What? No pics of you coming across the finish line?! I say MANY congratulations are in order just for finishing!!! I certainly wouldn't be able to do that. I want pics of the muddy thang - sounds like so much fun!

Uh-oh, do I see tickle toes on da bunnah.....?

Glenna said...

The bun/cat thing is problematic. I have a nice cat pet sitter, but there's no way she can manage the buns, so we'd have to deliver them to Pink's original foster mom--who would be happy to have them, but she's in Hagerstown, MD, about 3 hours away, which is a heck of a start to a vacation. I'm a homebody, so I don't mind, but BF does a bit, I think. Us bunny owners should swap houses--same chores, different locations.