You know I used to pretty good about posting weekly recaps on Mondays. Then Tuesdays… and now? Whenever, wherever… Oops, Shakira moment. Yeah, my tendency to turn everything into a song lyric has been working overdrive lately. A new way to deal with stress?… Continue Reading “Whenever”
Disclaimer: I received a VIP entry into Napa Valley Half Marathon 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! I knew Napa Valley was going to be interesting, I just… Continue Reading “Napa Valley Marathon- Half Recap”
So that was interesesting. Know how much running I got in last week? 0. Zilch. Nada. That wasn’t how it was supposed to go. I had plans to run multiple nights after work. But like I mentioned in my last post, I need to… Continue Reading “Week 46- Huh”
Happy Friday! Can I still be excited for the weekend if I am working Sunday too? Remember a few months back when I was kind of freaking out about a really long solo drive? Well, I am about to take a longer one. Like… Continue Reading “Rambling On 43”
Yeah, test results. Left Kidney- normal. Small cyst on right kidney but let’s not worry about that (his words). Lungs- yeah, inflamed but more than likely all due to asthma. So- in other words- no kidney infection and no valley fever. Yay? Except it… Continue Reading “So Now What”
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