Monthly Archives: August 2010

My name is Bethtober, and I’m an Addict.

I have a problem that I need to share; I am powerless over my addiction. Cheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeese.  (said in voice of Old School character) Soft, spreadable organic goat cheese. A fresh block of parmigiano-reggiano.  Shredded organic sharp cheddar made from grass-fed … Continue reading

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CSA Recap

Last week The Chef picked up our CSA bag while I was in the infirmary.  Here’s what we got: Beefsteak Tomatoes Kale Garlic Romano Beans (Italian Green Beans) Red Radishes Raspberries This week’s delivery presented new challenges.  I knew what … Continue reading

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Miss Me?!

I’m baaaaaaaack! Well not completely but enough to be a functional human.  Wowza, that flu hit me like a ton of bricks!  I still feel a bit icky – congested, lethargic – but yesterday it was back to running and … Continue reading

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“Sick” by Belle Silverstein

I did not go to work today In fact, I haven’t been since Tuesday. I didn’t have an appetite, couldn’t eat, I could barely get up, on my feet. I missed the Giants game, and all the fun, What stinks … Continue reading

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Under the Weather is Beautiful!

Get it?!  “Before and After”, like the category on Jeopardy.  Yes/No? I’m certainly not suggesting that being under the weather is beautiful.  Today, I am under the weather and today, the weather is so beautiful and glorious!  San Francisco, summer … Continue reading

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Mmmm Mmmm Good!

What’s a girl to do after 25 miles of running in one weekend? Eat! Eat! And then eat some more! I’m beginning to really cherish my Sunday night alone time.  Unlike the other nights of the week, I typically have … Continue reading

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I did it, but it wasn’t pretty.

I did not run that 6 miles on two legs; I ran it on one brain.  It went something like this. Go little legs.  Go little legs.  Go little legs. Do I have to pee?  How could I possibly have … Continue reading

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