Last year I wrote about the walk of shame…not the same one like I did when I was 20. Although I sort of miss that time in my life…not having a care in the world, not necessarily coming home in the same clothes I went out in the night before. Today, the hubby and I […]Read More Walk of Shame – Part Deux
A few months back, I joined my Toastmaster’s group at work. For those that aren’t familiar, Toastmasters is an organization that helps you build your confidence in public speaking and communication. It’s not just about giving speeches though. Each meeting people play different roles from Toastmaster, Timer, Ah Counter, Table Topics, Evaluator, and of course, […]Read More Donut or Do not?
2015 was the Year of Tacoma…as in all the races I did were in Tacoma, WA. I’ve thought about this a long time and tried to figure out what makes the most sense with all those balls I’m juggling (see previous post for context) and drum roll please…2016 will be the Year of Oregon! I’m […]Read More 2016: Year of Oregon
Just kidding. I’m not really joining the circus but I will be working on a new act. Juggling. Maybe if this doesn’t work out I’ll look into the circus thing. I’ve sort of hinted that something big was in store for me this year. Back when I was undergoing chemo treatments, a friend told me […]Read More New Starting Line…I’m joining the circus
Since my #RWRunStreak is now over, I had every intention of running this weekend. Instead, I took a few days off. I didn’t exactly lay on the couch, at least not all weekend – I went to breakfast with a friend, walked around the lake, went fishing with my husband, and cleaned out some junk […]Read More Monday Runday
Seems odd to be talking about a finish line on the first day of the new year, huh? Well, today marks the last day of the #RWRunStreak. The goal was to run at least one mile each day from Thanksgiving until New Years Day. I’ll admit, it wasn’t an easy challenge but I did it. I […]Read More January 1, 2016 – At the finish line