I’ve been trying to write a coherent post for…ooh, a while now. But you know what? It’s not going to happen.
Over the years, I have carefully created a village of friends with quirky kids.
Recently, my schedule has been full of Things I Would Rather Not Be Doing.
Hey there, Internet. It’s been a while.
In exactly three weeks, I will turn 45. Happy birthday to me! Let’s all have a cupcake!
On Saturday morning, I got up at 5 am to run 10 miles. I finished in 1:37, without stopping once.
I ran a half marathon on Sunday, in Dallas. It was an exercise in challenging my comfort zone, from the very beginning.
I ran a half marathon ten days ago at the Williams Route 66 Marathon. It was fun. No, really.
Most runners run not because they want to live longer, but because they want to live life to the fullest.
Over the weekend, I ran the Reuel Little Classic 10K in Madill, OK.
I’ve been reading a lot about minimalist running strategies in the past year, which mostly seem to consist of trading in traditional running shoes for something closer to bare feet.