It’s official!

It's official . . .  I'm married! 🙂  Scott and I got married on a cold and RAINY day on the north shore, with just our family present.  It was a GREAT day. Photos taken by the talented Oullis Photography.

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Global Running Day

Apparently it's Global Running Day.  And I am HAPPY to report that I ran. 5 miles. Broken up in 2 x 2.5 mile segments, with a .25 walk in between.  Not the heavy training runs that I wanted to be doing at this point. But shortly after my last post I felt ANOTHER left tibial …

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Boston: The Documentary – motivation!

I saw the Boston Marathon Film (Boston: The Documentary) last night with a group of running gals. Very fun.  It was a documentary on the history of the Boston Marathon.  So cool to watch.  I learned a lot that I didn't know.  It was emotional to watch the parts on the 2013 Boston bombings.  Brought …

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Changes

This is the Year of Changes for me! I've blogged a bit about the personal changes, but a refresher.  In the next 5 months: Carter will graduate from high school; I'm going to get married to Scott (yeah!); Carter will start his first year of college; Meg will start her second hear of college; I'll …

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Giving Thanks: Boston Marathon 2013 Race Report

In honor of the 2017 Boston Marathon coming up on Monday, I’m rebloging my 2013 Boston Marathon Race Report. I still get emotional thinking about that day. I’m finally feeling healthy and ready to try to qualify again and get back to Boston!

Runnin' From The Law

Part of me doesn’t want to write this race report.  Blogging about my running of the 2013 Boston Marathon feels a bit selfish and trivial, in light of the horrific events that transpired with the bombing at the finish line.  But a bigger part of me wants to write this race report.  As a big Fuck You to the terrorists who ruined so many lives and tried to (and did) instill fear in thousands of people Monday afternoon.  We are still learning the identities and stories of the victims of the bombing.  But I think it’s safe to say they were all runners or supporters of runners.  And I think it’s also safe to say that most of them loved the Boston Marathon experience, prior to being victimized.  So with no disrespect to the victims and their loved ones intended, I’m going to blog about the most incredible marathon experience…

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I have a plan!

Those of you who have been following me for a while know that I need a plan.  A goal marathon. A training schedule. A race on the horizon. When I'm training I am happier. More productive. More disciplined. I'm just in a better place - physically, mentally and emotionally. I NEED that this year. So …

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