It hasn't quite felt like there has been an approaching marathon much less that it was race week until Thursday. I awoke at 5:30 am to fit in my last run of 2 miles before we hopped on a plane, the three of us, headed for Dallas. I have laid out all my race day … Continue reading eve of my first marathon
“I did not know at the time, but my childhood had just ended. I was six years old.” The story of Lopez Lomong, one that is still continuing today, is a powerful one. I cannot accurately express in words the beauty of his story. It takes you into war-torn southern Sudan in 1991 where Lopez … Continue reading running for my life
I began my marathon training in May. I began with 8 weeks of pre-training. It took me from not having run in months to running 3 miles. It helped me build a base for the official marathon training that began in July. From July until now, each week has added more and more miles to … Continue reading what does taper mean?
I recently finished reading the first book by Blake Mycoskie, the found of TOMS shoes: Start Something That Matters. I would not have taken this book as 'something for me', however I was surprised by how many things Mycoskie spoke on that can be applied not only to the business world, but my own life … Continue reading start something that matters
So I know you have been sitting on pins and needles all day waiting to find out who won! So maybe not but non the less, I want to thank everyone who participated! I so enjoyed reading all your answers of where you would go. They varied so much from visiting friends & family to … Continue reading the first ever giveaway winner