It’s Official!!!

It all started 4 years ago. A running newb with worn out shoes and a dream… and here I am running #5! #sheree4mmp Stay tuned for awesome, life-changing blog posts about running in… Continue reading

D2R Day 10: Facial

Day 10: May 21, 2014- Facial Action: As you all know, part of this endeavor for me has been to venture out, treat myself, try new things, meet new people, get out of… Continue reading

Lucky. (21 miles)

I was recently reminded by a friend of mine that I hadn’t blogged in a while. I must confess that there has been so much I’ve wanted to write. I’ve probably started and… Continue reading

2014. Here we come.

Friends, It’s been a while since I’ve written. But I am here now to tell you that it’s official. The Boston Marathon course will see me once again in 2014. I just completed… Continue reading

Playing TAG.

For the past 8 weeks, all I’ve wanted to do is write. I’ve wanted nothing more than to fill a page with words and share it with you. It’s what I do. It’s… Continue reading

The pain is only temporary.

It started as a day of hope. Time goal, forgotten. Injury, forgotten. Missed long runs and training regrets, all forgotten. I was ready to run, to finish and celebrate with my team, to… Continue reading

There is no I in marathon.

Dear friends, It’s been a while since I’ve posted- I’m so sorry for this. Between my job(s), training, fundraising, event planning, general life-living, I’ve barely had a moment to pee. The last you… Continue reading

Weight ain’t nothin but a number.

This past Saturday, I attended a charity event at the Seaport Hotel. It was a fantastic Western-themed event filled with charitable gambling (fake money, of course). My boyfriend, Tim, and I had a… Continue reading

It’s not me. It’s you.

I’m going to stray a little bit from the topic of running today. The reason is because I’ve been doing some thinking, and we all know what that means… Time to write. Don’t… Continue reading

Shoulda, coulda, woulda.

I knew it immediately. Any runner who’s ever suffered from ITBS can recognize the symptoms right away. Slight pain at the side of the knee- not totally excruciating, but it pings with each… Continue reading