hello fall


I love you. You’re my favorite season. Actually I love spring too, but fewer allergies give the nod to fall. And what comes after fall? Quilt season! Well, my apartment is so toasty it’s never truly quilt season, but I can’t wait to wrap up in this near the window while I read. So many […]

well behaved women seldom make history


So many strong women on my mind this week. Friends, family, icons.  So much has been done, yet so much remains. I had such fun reading this Run to the Finish post as I wrap my head around how Apple Watch data differs from Garmin’s. I have the added layer of different because I never […]

Forward March


on the eve of a year of covid19, I think I’m the last person to post about virtual races. Between rehabbing the IT band last spring and a lack of interest, I didn’t really do many virtual races or the distance challenges, and I didn’t do the one I thought I would definitely do. That […]

nine months, I could have had a baby!


today marks nine months working from home. Our office announced it on Wednesday, March 11 and we had a transition day on the 12th to gather what we’d need “for a week” before starting to work from home on Friday the 13th. I quit tracking the weeks when I ran out of fingers, and nine […]

Virtual Races and Running Clothes


I have not been into the virtual runs. I love running some of your favorites, but couldn’t get into paying to run my usual routes. I knew though there was one I’d do. The Ted Corbitt is my favorite race along with the Frozen Penguin, and I absolutely love the 15K/10 mile distance. So once […]

recognizing burnout


if I ever got it together for runfessions, my number one would be that I have not missed racing one bit. I’ve been trying to figure out what that meant since March with little luck. I don’t even mean in the sense that “it’s not safe, so we shouldn’t be racing”, but rather I did […]