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Back after a break

Thursday, November 27, 2014      3 comments

Happy to report back to Spark after an extended break ... I spent the past number of months getting into the world of Facebook. Lots of fun there, but I have decided I'm capable of and interested in pursuing two major on-line forums, esp. given... Read more

Two primal celebratory meals

Friday, January 10, 2014      2 comments

Within this past week I enjoyed two celebratory meals - my 25th anniversary (! emoticon ) dinner, and lunch wit... Read more

Primal start to 2014

Wednesday, January 01, 2014      5 comments

I -- better said, my whole family -- made a strong nutritional start to the new year. I should note that we didn't go out to any New Years Eve parties so we avoided the temptation of festive junk food. Stayed up watching "Dr. Who" videos with... Read more

We make the journey alone -- together.

Saturday, December 28, 2013      7 comments

I just read an article in "Trail Runner" magazine by a woman who did an amazing "fastpacking" trip around Lake Tahoe last July 4 week - 170 miles in 6 days (!!!) emot... <a href=Read more

5.0 in 2014

Sunday, December 22, 2013      4 comments

Yesterday I got the results back from a blood test I had done. My hemoglobin A1C (blood sugar) level was 5.7, up from 5.6 a year ago, and putting me officially in the "pre-diabetic" range. I'm obviously not pleased by this. On the other hand,... Read more

"Primal Mocha" (thanks to Mark Sisson)

Sunday, December 15, 2013      1 comments

I came across this idea for a nice winter treat on Mark Sisson's website, "Mark's Daily Apple" - here is the link: www.marksdailyapple.com/
primal-paleo-mocha/#axzz2n
R0Mp8UW It made for an excellent start to the da... Read more

Passing up those holiday goodies

Saturday, December 07, 2013      8 comments

Well, 'tis the season. This past week my office has had cookies and pie free for the taking. I'm either too busy to look a second time, or making progress over the past year-plus in just not considering them. For that I am very thankful. Als... Read more

Back to running - looking for some good events in 2014

Monday, December 02, 2013      6 comments

Today I ran a simple four-mile road-run. There was a strong wind on the uphill stretch so I got a good workout before being blown back into town! This is actually the third run I've managed to string together in a week, so I am getting bac... Read more

Simple and good Thanksgiving

Friday, November 29, 2013      5 comments

Enjoyed a Thanksgiving at home and with the family. We had sunshine so we took advantage and walked dogs and horse, did a little on-line shopping to take advantage of the Thanksgiving sales (was it for this that the pilgrims sailed? Read more

Becoming used to becoming middle aged? Ruminations on my trail run

Saturday, June 01, 2013      4 comments

I ran a 10-K trail run this morning on our local E. Idaho "mountain." It was a great experience - temps in the 50s, wildflower season, running up and around woods and maintaining reasonable form and pace (finished in 1:00:29). This drew a good... Read more

Eight-mile trail run!

Sunday, May 12, 2013      4 comments

I had fun today! An eight-mile trail run by Liberty Lake (WA), just across the Idaho border. Beautiful trail (woods, waterfalls), weather, and a well-organized, hospitable, and laid-back event. I am definitely into trail running now - challen... Read more

Grappling with Boston (and Newtown)

Sunday, April 21, 2013      3 comments

Like most of you, I'm sure, I've been following this past week's drama in Boston with intense interest. I think that because I've been doing some distance running in the past few years, and can claim at least a degree of relationship to the fam... Read more

New life Question

Sunday, March 31, 2013      5 comments

Today is Easter Sunday, and this year it really sneaked up on me - or more truthfully, I was so (too) preoccupied by work deadlines that I didn't really pay attention until "suddenly, it was Easter!" Still, I've had some time to process and... Read more

Gawd, I love running

Sunday, March 17, 2013      8 comments

Just had to get this on record. Yesterday I went for a run, and it was one of those where I'd planned a relatively short 4+ miles but wound up going 6+ because it felt so good. A lot of this was because I was soaking in the scenery. It was on... Read more

"Mashed, baked sardines" - help!

Sunday, March 17, 2013      3 comments

Today my daughter had a craving for fish sticks emoticon So, she tried to make her own: as the subject line ... Read more


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