Runnin From the Law
Marathon Runner, always in training. Single Mom, trying to figure out how to parent 2 teenagers. Former Blonde, giving the brunette thing a try. Dessert Lover, addicted to all things sweet. Lawyer and Business Owner, loving being my own boss. Blogger, recording my thoughts for my 5 readers.
I started running to escape the stress of lawyering. Now running is a part of me. My passion. My escape. My therapy. My friend. My happiness. And SO much more.
Phoenix Marathon 2013
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Love that Christmas song, by the way. The warm up didn’t last long. Grrrr. Cold, I can handle. Ice, I can’t. Back to the treadmill I go until the footing improves a bit.
Wheeee! I officially started training today for Blue Ridge Marathon. 7 miles and some strides. The best part: my run was in 50 degree weather. On December 15th. In Minnesota. Crazy! The plan I’m following is a modified Pfitz 18/55. … Continue reading
I heard a commercial last week for some gimmicky product that promised instant weight loss results with zero effort. The commercial said, “The number one reason people don’t exercise is lack of time.” To that, I cry B.S. I think … Continue reading
This week as we celebrate Thanksgiving, I am filled with SO much gratitude and thankfulness for all that I have. So much to celebrate! :-) Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
Slowly but surely I’m getting back into running shape. Really slowly. After three weeks off after Twin Cities, I’m easing back into running (and cycling on the trainer). The arctic blast and early snow that we got last week make … Continue reading
I registered for “America’s Toughest Road Marathon”. Seriously. I’m officially registered for The Blue Ridge Marathon in Roanke, Virginia on April 18, 2015. What makes it so tough? 7,430 feet of elevation change during the 26.2 miles. Running up and … Continue reading