This past Sunday was the Rock ‘n’ Roll San Diego Half Marathon and Marathon, but today’s story starts a little earlier than that… then it takes a couple turns. 🙂 In 2008, not even a month after I signed up with Team In Training, I volunteered to help them with the “half marathon finish line”… Continue reading It’s a Rock ‘n’ Roll Story
The Civility Party yields… Many moons ago, I sat in the best English class that ever was. Although my teacher would probably gasp at my use of “was.” One shouldn’t use dead verbs after all. Two sides co-existed: Civility and Dignity. Each day began with a greeting and a Quotation Reflection. Each day, a student… Continue reading On Measures
Have I ever told you that I’m a huge Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel fan? (Well, let’s not be limiting, I will watch just about anything Joss Whedon is involved in.) Some of you are probably well aware if you know me in real life. Haha. I think of the subject line quote (from one… Continue reading “I like time. There’s so little and so much of it.” [Pay Attention]
I know I’m SUPER behind in blogging/updating (SORRY!), I promise that will change, but I wanted to pop in with a quick and important update. I HAVE REACHED MY FUNDRAISING GOAL! THANK YOU SO SO MUCH! That’s right, imagine this water bottle filled all the way up to the top! The glass is MORE than half full –… Continue reading Fundraising Goal: ACHIEVED!
When I tell people I’m training for a half marathon, I feel like an imposter. I’m a little kid playing dress up, only instead of the doctor’s jacket or the fairy wings, I’m wearing running shoes. Remember that story about the girl that just couldn’t run across the field during soccer? The one that hated… Continue reading Confessions of a Non-Runner
“Please teach me gently…” How to be as calm as the harbor waters… To be the light that guides… To have and reflect strength… To not shy away… To navigate safely… To savor the view… To know where to find shelter… “…how to breathe.”
This road is anything but simple Twisted like a riddle I’ve seen high, and I’ve seen low So loud, the voices over my doubts Are telling me to give up To pack up, and leave town But even so I had to believe, oh Impossible means nothing to me So can you lift me up… Continue reading Just Begun