If you run enough races or do any event repeatedly, you’re likely to find at least one person or occurrence to make the event memorable. I remember one of my first runs when my dad came to support me. That meant the world to me. Another time, a guy stuck in traffic as us marathoners slogged passed him around the 22nd mile, shouted out of his car window how slow we were and that the race was already over. Yup, he said that, and I remember it twenty years later. And I recall the race in which, a 200...Read More
I was excited to bring my new paddle board to Mexico where we stayed with some friends in their condo. My husband had given me an inflatable, portable paddle board for my birthday, and I was thrilled for the opportunity to try it out on the beautiful Caribbean Sea! Our first day was a bit windy but the water didn’t look too rough and I couldn’t wait! We inflated the board, blew up my new pink life preserver and I set sail with my bright pink paddle and paddle board! I absolutely love it! A rock-retaining wall had been...Read More
I didn’t give it much thought when I first signed up. This year, my department at work committed to engaging in events outside of work by participating in a race every month. The first was the Hot Chocolate 5k/15k. I like to run so I signed up for the 5K along with a handful of other teammates. As we waited at the starting line on that cold morning that threatened mist and I longed for my warm bed, the announcer introduced a recipient of Make-a-Wish Foundation and handed her the mic. This precious woman explained that she is an adult survivor...Read More
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