The Week That Was – Mornings, Motivation and Marathons. Another week of quarantine life and thoughts while running solo.
It’s been about 6 months – so it’s perfect time for an update on all things running and life. Life Lately – Remicade Like almost all of us – I […]
In December 2017 after a long and courageous battle with ovarian cancer, my mom passed away. Although grieving, I felt lucky to lace up my sneakers and let the cold […]
I have started this Marine Corps Marathon race recap several times, but I have erased it each time. It’s been hard to put into words the thoughts that have been […]
Ok – now it feels like fall! After a humid 2 days this week – we finally had some cooler weather in Connecticut this past week- Yeah! However that also […]
Ummmm – I swear that the first day of fall was this past Monday but judging from the temps when I woke up (HELLO mid-60s) the weather felt more like […]
This week training for the 2019 Marine Corps Marathon has brought me my second 20 miler of this training cycle, a couple of days of managing my running and Harley, […]
We are getting down to the nitty-gritty of training for the 2019 Marine Corps Marathon – this week I saw my highest mileage EVER come across my Vdot AND my […]
After a 3 month hiatus – I “hopped” into a race this past weekend. Read on to find out how it shook out and why my coach say I have “no chill” in races.
For all of us, marathon training has it’s ups and downs as well as it’s good days and those where we throw our hands to the sky. I am no different – although after last week I am working hard to find that silver lining as the days tick down to October 27th – still showing up and doing the work but just wishing my body would start working with me instead of against me.