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Countdown To The Big RaceAspire Harrisburg MarathonNovember 12th, 2017Thanks for visiting and keep running for your health.
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First week in December and one month after my Harrisburg marathon, my post marathon activity consists of a little running, a lot more yoga, and plenty of contemplation. No doubt, I will get back to running. It is a part of … Continue reading
When was the last time that you felt the time stood still? Was it when you fell in love with your sweetheart? When you held your first new born in your arms? Or, when you gave your daughter away to … Continue reading
Pain is natural, real and a part of life. It is a subject near and dear to me. Not only because I run marathons, but also because pain is an unappreciated human emotion. Running away from it does not lessen its … Continue reading
December, being the last month of the year, evokes different emotions. Not only it marks the transition from one year to another, sentimental bugs at this time of the year infect folks to shower each other with greeting cards, gifts, … Continue reading
Three weeks after my Harrisburg marathon, and I couldn’t have felt better. Doing very little running as I am intentionally slow in my transition. Slow because I want to reconnect with non-running activities such as blogging, practicing yoga, reading, and preparing … Continue reading
My blog is an on-going conversation with the self. Any time of my choosing on a given day, I share this conversation in my blog post. This is one of those conversations. On occasions, the conversation seems superficial. Perfunctory maybe. … Continue reading
One week after the Harrisburg Marathon, I am closing a chapter of my marathon journey while opening another at the same time. Just in time for the Thanksgiving holiday and the previewing of Christmas and New Year. I say “previewing” … Continue reading
I am not my work. I am not my title. I am who I am. What people think of me is never accurate. Not even close. You ask, who are you? What’s your story? I say, I don’t know.
3 mile easy, cloudy, 51 degree Fahrenheit It was one of those Seattle-like days here in Washington, D.C. Gray and cloudy sky. Drizzling all day. Not a day for sunbathing that’s for sure. I did manage to catch a break … Continue reading