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The TCS New York City Marathon - The JOY is in the JOURNEY
Running the TCS New York Marathon two weeks ago this morning was without a doubt the toughest feat of my life but brought me a pride and joy that’s hard to put in words! (some parallels there with giving birth:) I confess I went into this with ... Read more
...2 (plus) years later.. running INDY (again)! Part 2
PART 2 of MY CONTINUING SAGA..
I hadn't intended to write the previous blog but I guess it sort of explains how I came to the place I've arrived at today and serves as a "catch up" to what's been going on in the world of Deej, albeit only a... Read more
And my Saga continues.. 2 (plus) years later.. running INDY (again!)
I could hardly believe it when I saw that I last blogged in October of 2012! Shame on me :( life gets busy indeed and with a full time job, a Mom & Brother to oversee care for and a blessed opportunity to "do life" with my hubby, 4 children and... Read more
Deej's Marathon Mania.. what's a girl to do!!
Just gonna throw this out there... when I take time to think about what I want to share in a blog, it never gets written... HA! I accuse my Daughter all the time of being an “over-thinker”, she comes by it honest!!
I am about to end week ... Read more
A lesson in humility... Part 3 (the lesson)
I heard my name & my town announced as I approached the line, I walked several yards to the medal table where a kind volunteer handed me my medal, a banana, a water & a rose and then... oops LOL can you believe I totally forgot to stop my Garmin... Read more
A lesson in humility... Part 2 (the race)
...One of the precautions they were taking as they explained, was to remove all the clocks so there’d be less to clear from the field in case of evacuation and I don’t start my Garmin till I cross the start line so I didn’t know how long it too... Read more
A lesson in humility... Part 1
A lesson in humility...
This past Saturday, Sept 1st, marked my 11th half-marathon, the first in my home State (bet not many can say their 1st in their State was their 11th lol); I live on the State line & my “home halfs”, closest and there... Read more
Running Down Recovery Road - Ready for the Next Chapter
Sitting here this morning with an attitude of gratitude as the Holidays approach, I decided to take some time to jot a few notes, especially for the benefit of others who might be discouraged by a set-back due to injury.
It has been eight m... Read more
Recovery Road... The journey continues :)
As I was reading over my fitness journal this morning; finally taking time to update my fitness minutes on Spark, I realized how far I've come which is a good thing because with a busier than usual schedule, I have found myself somewhat down ove... Read more
Back on Recovery Road :) & finding joy in the journey
Yesterday marked 6-weeks since my last (and most painful) run of .12 miles. My Doctor said based on location of injury, he was comfortable with me starting back 6-weeks out. I decided it best to wait 6-weeks from the last day I ran, rather tha... Read more
Running down recovery road... (Blog 5) HARD LESSONS LEARNED!
As I uploaded my bike ride from yesterday, I saw that it had been exactly one month, to the day, since my last upload, a .12 mile run on the 30th of July. YES, that’s a “point” 12, NOT 12 miles. On that day, I knew something was beyond just NO... Read more
Running down recovery road... (Blog 4) ROADBLOCK!
I just returned from my Podiatrist appointment and am still processing his words; words no runner wants to hear.... “STRESS FRACTURE”. All caps the best way to type the quote as they pretty much express the way he said it. He clearly had no do... Read more
Running down recovery road... (Blog 3) Reeling it in...
I returned this morning from my PLANNED interval run a little disappointed, but knowing without question I made the right decision and somewhat proud of myself for doing so.
I woke up @ 6:00 this morning to a temp of 71 degrees and humidity... Read more
Running down recovery road... (Blog 2)
Returning from my 4th run since blogging about my journey to recovery. I know if I don't sit down right now & blog, it won't happen.... life just seems to swallow me :)
It's been an especially tiring week; not sure why but I've been mental... Read more
Running down recovery road...
I've decided to blog on my progress as I recover from injury, tie up my tennies & hit the pavement running (once again).
After 6-weeks of being sidelined from injury (final 2 were also recovery from an out-patient surgery, allowing only non... Read more