- To take on those hills and get that crab locket! twitter.com/DunkinBaltimor… 1 year ago
- I want to run Baltimore for the challenging course and awesome medal. @baltrunfest #TeamDunkin #Sweepstakes twitter.com/DunkinBaltimor… 1 year ago
Monthly Archives: September 2012
What is a dream? There are thousands, if not more, books on the subject, cataloging meanings behind every dream you could possibly have, down to ones in which your teeth are falling out. I’ve personally had that one on several … Continue reading
Finding the perfect running gear isn’t as easy as one would think. Sure there are all sorts of getups that scream “Pick me!” simply because they are so flashy and vogue, or simply cute and comfortable. But there is a … Continue reading
It never fails. I’ll be going about my day, minding my business, when out of nowhere, my heart leaps into my throat and my scream can be heard for miles.
For as much running as I’ve done over the past two years, I consider myself pretty lucky that I have only suffered a few injuries. I must give a quick shout out to the universe: this is not a challenging … Continue reading
Finding someone who just “gets” you is a priceless experience. I love it when I’m having a conversation with someone, and in come those enthusiastic nods and chuckles at the realization that I’ve found another who understands…and “gets” it.
I get this question from so many, and just as it’s difficult for them to understand why I run, I don’t get why anyone wouldn’t if they are physically able to. I run for the simple reasons any runner does. … Continue reading
It was time. The moment we had all been waiting for was finally upon us: the Pumpkin Festival 5K.
On Saturday, September 18, 2010, I made a significant transformation. I finally unearthed a part of me that I didn’t know existed, and it may never have happened had it not been for my mom.
I never enjoyed running. While others relished in the scents of track surface and freshly-cut grass, I always resorted to disappearing in my head, making plans for when practice ended (aka freedom).