Monthly Archives: February 2011

Feelin’ the music

Everywhere you look these days people have cords hanging out of their ears.  It’s kind of odd to me actually. Most people seem to have little to no awareness that the other humans around them exist.  Instead they are more … Continue reading

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Weight a second, what?!

As is the case, I assume, with most women, I don’t like to weigh myself.  I used to attach too much importance to the number that would appear on the digital demon screen so I now find it much healthier … Continue reading

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Weekly Summary (late this week, sorry!)

WOW!  Thursday already!? SO much has happened in the last week or so.  It’s almost as if my reality has flipped upside-down in some respects.  The way things are is no longer how they were. Nothing devastating occurred and certainly … Continue reading

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Tomales Bay

On Sunday The Chef and I went on a double date with some friends to Tomales Bay.  Tomales Bay is famous for their oysters and other shellfish.  I’ve eaten the superstar seafood before but never visited the actual source of … Continue reading

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Weekly Recap & ChiRunning Workshop

Happy Monday? Originally I had this written as “Happy Monday!” but it didn’t feel honest.  I have a case of the Mondays for sure.  It’s Valentine’s Day and The Chef is gone for the week.  We celebrated Valentine’s Day this … Continue reading

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Race Recap Part II | Kaiser Half

If you missed Part I you should check it out here before reading any further!  Now where were we…?  Oh yes, the start of the race…   BANG! Ding, ding…ding, ding.  The trolley car sound was the cue and Bethtober … Continue reading

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ten thousand spoons when all you need is a knife

As I mentioned in a previous post I managed my own fantasy football team throughout the playoffs.  The online game had hundreds of thousands of participants so I wasn’t playing to win; I really just wanted to beat The Chef. … Continue reading

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