Monthly Archives: July 2013

Funny You Should Ask, Again

Get smacked in the face with an emotional reality, and all the trivial stuff cluttering your life disappears. One week from now I’ll walk down the aisle with my little girl, and then we will both begin a new life when … Continue reading

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Art of Running, Part XIII – Philly Run, Peripheral Vision

Photos I’ve posted from past Philly runs have included the usual suspects–the Art Museum, Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Waterworks, City Hall, and many of the murals and sculptures around the city. Sorting through all of my morning run photos, I realized … Continue reading

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Runner’s High – Into The Zone, The Flow

“Running is a runner’s work of art.” – George Sheehan Following is an excerpt from Twenty-four Years to Boston, to be released by St. Johann Press in September 2013: Runner’s high is a term exclusive to the running community. Athletes … Continue reading

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The 27th Mile – Anthology Supporting the Boston Marathon Bombing Victims

“To forgive is to set a prisoner free and discover that the prisoner was you.” – Lewis B. Smedes The 27th Mile post on May 4th began as an idea of Boston-area runner and writer Ray Charbonneau. Ray’s motivation was to … Continue reading

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The Art of Running, Part XII – Running With Papa

“An intelligent man is sometimes forced to be drunk so he can spend time with his fools.” – Ernst Hemingway Fifty-two years ago today, an American luminary who changed the literary landscape died of a self-inflicted shotgun wound to the … Continue reading

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