Monthly Archives: July 2011

{Saturday Morning Long Run} & Stupid Things I Think About While Running

This morning was this week’s long run.  It was supposed to be 13.1 miles, but I’m not going to lie and say that I didn’t cut it short at 11.5.  I’m happy with that.  I only did 6 last week … Continue reading

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{Version 3.5}

We’re officially 3.5 years into the adventures of “Mama and C-man.”  And I have to say that I think we’ve got the hang of this thing.  While 3.5 isn’t any sort of mile stone, I’m trying to be better about … Continue reading

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{Friday} And a Do-Over?

It’s Friday…… thank goodness.  I’m not sure why I’m so excited for it to be Friday honestly.  I have tons of training on the schedule and my house needs to be cleaned from top to bottom.  As it turns out … Continue reading

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Group Run?

I love group runs.  Seriously, I very seldom run alone these days.  I’m not 100% sure whether this is a good or a bad thing.  I do run at least once a week with my dog and possibly with my … Continue reading

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{Window Wednesday} IMLP

I spent part of Sunday in Lake Placid volunteering for the Ironman race.  It is amazing to see what the human spirit can conquer when you remove the word can’t from your vocabulary. Bikes in the transition area. A sight … Continue reading

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It’s Thursday and I am definitely ready for a reprieve.  Summer camp is well under way at The Museum and the place has been a zoo! On top of that it’s HOT, in case you didn’t notice.  C-Man and I … Continue reading

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H-O-T in the Kitchen

Ok, so none of you get that reference…. H.O.T. in the kitchen.  A very long time ago, in a previous life I worked at a fantastic little resort in nowhere Minnesota for a summer.  I was one of the staff … Continue reading

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