Disclaimer: I received compression socks from Extreme Fit 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 love socks. Short ones, tall ones, solid ones, patterned ones. I’ve been know to… Continue Reading “A Love of Socks”
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”
Remember when we thought 2020 was going to be so awesome? I take it all back. My poor little town needs a break. Fire is a common occurrence out here, very common but I wasn’t ready for fire to come roaring out of the… Continue Reading “26- Fade”
Last week was better. Well, a mountain lion moved into one of the elementary schools but that’s far closer to normal than the previous week. I was still coming up with any reason not to run. Too hot, too much wind. I ate too… Continue Reading “25- Baby Steps”
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”
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