Happy Thursday! I think it’s Thursday. I took another week of PTO and my days are a little blurry. Never thought I would be one for taking a week off 2 months in a row but hey 2020. The beginning of the year was… Continue Reading “Rambling On -PTO”
Dudes, it’s July. How is that even possible? I finished June with a measly 21 miles. Not surprising as I retreated into a dark corner after all the trauma in my town. I almost called it drama but that is not accurate, trauma is.… Continue Reading “27-July”
And we gotta keep moving on, or trying to. Last week was a full week of work and every time I think I have things handled, the rules changed again. Half of the building is closed and hours are shortened. I am rolling with… Continue Reading “13- Keeping On”
2019 Race Schedule (so far): 3/24 Oakland Running Festival (Thanks BibRave) 4/28 SLO Half Marathon 8-11 Oaktown Half (Thanks BibRave) This week was a little all over the place. I am so over the rain. Work was busy, like stupid busy. I took Monday… Continue Reading “Week 10- Rain, Tears & Consistency”
2019 Race Schedule (so far): 3/24 Oakland Running Festival (Thanks BibRave) 4/28 SLO Half Marathon 8-11 Oaktown Half (Thanks BibRave) Last week was a mixed bag. Some things went like I hoped and others not. My leg was angry for more days than I… Continue Reading “Week 9-Close”
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