This week was an odd one. Still dealing with the current events everywhere, got my butt back on the training wagon, oh and I said goodbye to my office of 13 months. Like I said it was odd. But my favorite Mexican restaurant opened… Continue Reading “21- Goodbye”
Disclaimer: I received an entry into the Oakland Turkey Trot as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review find and write race reviews! How is it almost Thanksgiving??? If you’re anything… Continue Reading “Wobble before you Gobble”
Upcoming Races- SLO Ultra 5 Mile Rock n Roll San Jose 13.1??? Rock N Roll Las Vegas 5K Rock N Roll Las Vegas 13.1!!!!! With less than 80 days to go to Vegas, I figured it was about time to add it up top. … Continue Reading “Week 34- Kind Of”
Friday, Friday, yay. People, I have huge race news but I don’t have the brain power to adequately share it. But let’s just say marathon #2 is on the calendar. Who wants to come to CA and run some hills with me?! Work has… Continue Reading “Rambling On 12”
Friday!!!! Yay!!! Oh wait, it’s Thursday. But it’s my Friday, I have a 3 day weekend! Woot Woot! I’ve started this post multiple times over the past 2 weeks but dozed off while writing it…oops! I’ve been so damn tired these past 2 weeks. … Continue Reading “Rambling On 8”
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