Tag Archive: Boston Marathon

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

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

Not nobody, not no how!!!!!

Often at this point in training, it’s easy to become- for lack of a better word- LAZY. We’ve already put in so much mileage- more mileage than a lot of people EVER see-… Continue reading

You can trust a big butt and a smile.

I am a heavy runner. It’s a fact. My thighs rub together. I stock up on body glide. I wear two sports bras… and sometimes that is not even enough. My nutrition could… Continue reading

Run less, run healthier, run better.

This past week, I had to skip my 12-mile run due to muscle fatigue and lack of sleep. In realizing how unconcerned I was about this, I was inspired to write a blog… Continue reading

The Marathon Effect

Often times, when training for a huge event like the Boston Marathon, it’s easy to become consumed by the physical aspects of the endeavor. The mileage. The course. The climate. The carbs. The… Continue reading

Icy cold breezes… and a snot that freezes.

Hello friends! I cannot believe it has been so long since I’ve posted. I suppose I’ve just been waiting for the right story- and I certainly found it this weekend. To bring you… Continue reading

2013 Boston Marathon, Here I Come!

It’s official, friends! I am joining Team MMP for the 2013 Boston Marathon for a third year of body punishment and lunacy. So starting in December, I will be back to blogging and… Continue reading

Mile by Mile- A Battle to the Finish.

DOUBT. That was the single most nagging emotion of my week leading up to the marathon. For one thing, I’d been aggressively treating a debilitating foot injury that had me confined to crutches… Continue reading

15 miles. Staying in the moment.

15 miles 2:40:34  : ) I recently read a great blog entry by my coach, Rick Muhr, in which he talks about staying in the moment on a long run. I’ve never been… Continue reading

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