Monthly Archives: October 2010

What’s next?

I’m not talking about which course or distance to choose for my next race, the next few are already scheduled! Check out my updated races page above. I’m talking about the direction of this blog. Where to now?! Where do … Continue reading

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2010 NWM 26.2 | October 17, 2010

I did it!!! I realize it’s been a week since I completed the actual marathon but it’s never too late to celebrate an accomplishment… Here’s a quick recap of the day’s event and all that was going on in my … Continue reading

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Birthday Blog

This morning I woke up with a little bit of a birthday hangover.  The Chef and I went out to dinner with friends last night at Suppenkuche. It’s a German restaurant with delicious beer and delicious food, perfect for Bethtoberfest … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday to ME!!!

Gooooooooooooooood morning!  Glorious day isn’t it?! I don’t think most people like their birthday.  It’s an annual reminder that we’re aging and unfortunately in our society youth, beauty and tight skin are valued over wisdom, experience and grey hairs. I … Continue reading

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Life: A Balancing Act

The more I experience as I grow and age, the more I’m convinced life is best lived in balance.  For me, this can be quite a challenge. I have a problem with moderation.  If one piece of cheesecake tastes amazing … Continue reading

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One Week!

Guess what?! One week until my birthday!  And that means 11 days until THE marathon!!! Half of me is SO excited (birthday half) and the other half is VERY nervous (marathon half)!  I feel the nervous part more often.  It … Continue reading

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No roast beef for this little piggy…

The time has come.  I knew it would. If you read articles on the side effects of running you’ll learn the reason why most runners don’t wear open-toed shoes.  Sustained pressure from running shoes and socks produces impact on toenails … Continue reading

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