Well I did get my Goofy medal but boy I KNOW we all worked for it...though I never did go to McDonalds for the McFlurry...someday I can hope I would be fast enough will enough time for that...nor did I get that beer in Epcot. To be frank, the hardest part for me was going through Epcot...by then I was really really over it. I wish I could have enjoyed that experience. I was actually doing fine for quite a while but hit the 'wall' at mile 21. Mile 21 was another long road of dark pavement and brilliant sunlight and still a lifetime away from Hollywood studios...in reality it wasn't that far but by then I decided I had had enough. I blasted Rhianna on my mp3 and thankfully I managed it...my body was fine, my legs were hurting, my feet were hurting but overall nothing major. I thought I would be in more physical pain than I was. It was then mental wall. Hollywood studios was nice but again by then I just wanted to get it done. I drank at every water station, alternating between water and poweraid. Everyone was in a great spirit. We all had the same goal. I hope everyone finished and got their medal that you all deserve. Thanks everyone for all your help....advice that was heeded and needed. I am thinking of doing a Disney half in the fall but I want to do another full marathon this fall to prep for the Goofy next year. I had already decided, despite the heat and the 'wall'...that I was doing this again. I did wear my medal until monday but even today at Orlando airport, I am still seeing some medals around the neck..and why not? So I would love to hear your stories... Oh and the Balloon ladies, I met them! I was at coral H for the half and I was the last to cross the start line and not a minuet past when I hear voices shouting we had to move and I looked and saw balloon ladies!