I’m out pounding the pavement again this morning for my second half-marathon this spring. And guess what. It’s supposed to rain again. Boo! But while I’m out losing a toenail and getting hypothermia, I hope you’re somewhere cozy and dry, and enjoying these great reads! Continue reading
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I’ve been working with an amazing group of bloggers to bring a fantastic summer resource to you! 86 Pages of brilliant, beautiful resources to help make your summer a wonderfully memorable one. This fully printable pack contains: Continue reading
Have you missed me? Life’s been blessedly wild and crazy around here. In addition to wrangling my brood of boys, I’ve been training for not one, but two half marathons (one last month and one next week — two halves make a whole, right?) and working with my husband to get our house on the market.
It’s been almost two weeks since the Boston Marathon bombing. It’s pretty clear now that the bombers’ motivation had little to nothing do with runners themselves, and everything to do with sick, blind hate.
But to runners, it was very personal. Certainly it shook anyone who heard about it, and it’s clear that those present and their loved ones will forever be changed by it in unimaginable ways. But in a less grave way, it changed the whole world of running.