Monthly Archives: June 2013

Of Tri’s and Mudders, and a Free Spartan

“As long as we live, we must remain true to ourselves.” – Spartacus  Whenever people say something about how active I am, I’d blame on my kids. Between soccer, hockey, baseball, gymnastics and track meets, they just didn’t give me … Continue reading

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World’s Worst Running Blogger – Lessons From the Triathlon

“The further you are from the action, the easier things appear.” – jmb If there was a manual for writing a running blog, I would  likely fail in most departments. The thing is, I know it. I even confessed earlier … Continue reading

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Never Lose the Child Inside of You

“As often as I have witnessed the miracle, held the perfect creature with its tiny hands and feet, each time I have felt as though I were entering a cathedral with prayer in my heart.” – Margaret Sanger The collage … Continue reading

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What I Learned About Running at a Writer’s Retreat

“When running, the mind flies with the body; the mysterious efflorescence of language seems to pulse in the brain.” – Joyce Carol Oates Distance runners refer to the final stage of marathon training as tapering because it is the phase … Continue reading

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