Coastal Delaware Half Marathon: Placing my Exclamation Point on Race Day

When this training cycle all began back in January, I wasn’t trying to accomplish anything. My only goal was to recommit to my training. I saw gaps in my previous training cycles, and I wanted to over come them. I wanted to conquer early morning runs so family time in the evening wasn’t sacrificed. IContinue reading “Coastal Delaware Half Marathon: Placing my Exclamation Point on Race Day”

Slow Down

“Life itself is the best (and the only) timekeeper.” ~Rasheed Ogunlaru The fall equinox is not only a welcome sign that cooler temperatures are ahead of us along the coast of Virginia, but it also marks an astronomical turning point of the seasons. Fall is here. Scientifically speaking, on the equinox, the orbital plane ofContinue reading “Slow Down”

Cherry Blossom 10-miler, Race Report

Going into this race, I had one thought process: I was kicking timid to the curb. It is time for me to run with “a little swagger” (words of wisdom from my running coach). My goal was to show up on at the start line with a bit of an ego. I need to knowContinue reading “Cherry Blossom 10-miler, Race Report”

Joy! In Spirit and In Running Too.

It’s back. That place that I love so much in running found its way back to me. It has been hibernating for a few weeks (and coincidently my blog has also taken a slumber). It has been eight weeks since my hip first began its refusal to run. I nurtured it. I ran easy. I cut backContinue reading “Joy! In Spirit and In Running Too.”