Monthly Archives: December 2013

A Fantastically Dramatic Fall

Getting hit by a car isn’t in the training plan. We’ve established that. Splatting onto the ground in a free-fall Superman pattern isn’t in the training plan, either, but I found a way to work it in. At least I … Continue reading

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Priority #1: Make it to the start line.

I hate running in the dark. However, these days, if it’s not the weekend, we’re likely running when I get home from work, in the dark. We run from my house, a nice little 3.5 mile route around my neighborhood. … Continue reading

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Short, but Significant

There’s a lot to be said for having a good, short run, especially after a short hiatus. Today was the first time I’d run in over two weeks, due to travelling and illness, so the short 4-mile run from McBaine past the … Continue reading

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We’re in! #RunNYC

On Monday, December 2, while vacationing in Mexico (and suffering from a horrendous and evil water/food born stomach ailment during which I couldn’t imagine walking 100 yards, much less running a marathon) I remembered that it was the first day … Continue reading

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