Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Rock 'n' Roll DC Expo and We Run Social Meet Up

Rock 'n' Roll DC weekend started with hubs and I traveling to Maryland to live with Lauren and Mark. I wish I had the correct words to describe how excited I was for this weekend. Lauren and I haven't gotten to spend time like this together in a long time and it was much needed for each of us.

We got in late Thursday night and chatted for a little then crashed. It was totally needed. 

Friday was going to be a crazy day, so we started with an awesome breakfast at First Watch. Lauren had some work things to do so hubs and I watched Ballers. Such a great show! 

Then I did something I never thought I would do. I completed a Pure Barre class. It was interesting and a really good workout, but I'm not sure it's for me. I'm still searching for that perfect workout class. 

After we freshened up, it was time to get to the Metro and head to the expo! This trip was hubs first time to DC so he was getting the whole experience. 

The expo was at the Armory this year and I liked it so much more. 

We got there around 3:30 and it was perfect. You walked in to the Armory and went downstairs for your bib. Super simple and away from everything else. 

I had two places I needed to go before our meet up, the PRO Compression and Sparkly Soul booths. 

And of course found a random photo op!

All of a sudden, it was time for the We Run Social meet up! Briana and I might be the shortest people at the meet up but luckily everyone found us. It was such a great crew of people! We all chatted for almost an hour! 

As we were leaving the Armory, the line to get in was INSANE! We were so happy everything was planned so early! We hopped the Metro back to Maryland, grabbed some food and crashed. We had an early wake up call coming!

Did you get stuck in the long line to get in the expo? How long were you waiting?


  1. Good planning to get there so early! Looks like the expo was fun :) That's one of my favorite parts of races!

    1. It was a great expo! I always try to get to them early, you never know what could happen!