My Aha moment happened on March 12, 2012, but let me rewind a couple years first. Near the end of 2008 I participated in a health fair at work. It included blood pressure check, weight, blood sugar and cholesterol levels. When I got my results, my heart sank. My blood pressure and sugar was in […]
October of 2009, you would have found MFH (My Favorite Husband) and myself packing up our belongings and making the move from our long time home in Colorado to our new home in Mississippi. This was a big deal move for us! Granted we had lived all over the country in our (now 31 yrs) […]
I wasn’t athletic growing up. I played one season of rookie league baseball, when I was I believe 10 years old, and hated every minute. I wanted to quit a few games into the season, but my dear mother said “we are not quitters” and made me finish what I started. I am forever grateful […]
Running. It’s a metaphor for so many things; running from something, running to something, running for something. We are always running. I was always running. I wasn’t always running for the right reasons. When I was younger, my parents got divorced. My first instinct was to run away; run to something happier, somewhere full of […]
Join the #BOSUStrong and #SweatPink challenge! We want to see you and your family inch worm together! What’s an inchworm? Plank and walk your feet to your hands and vice versa!
It’s #toneituptuesday. So get after it and show us your BEST “ski” moves (no snow required, of course). Show us how you speed down the mountain (if you do it while squatting on your BOSU, even better).
Many of my readers and people who know me, know that running is a huge part of how I identify myself. I am known in the group of people I hang out with as “the runner”. This past year, running and I took a bit of a break from each other. I still ran every […]
I’m not even sure where the time has gone, but I sure think a lot has happened. The trick is what can I remember? The highlights since my last past so long ago: I finally ran a marathon (Richmond 2014). My Dad kicked colon cancer in the booty. Still have an amazing little boy and husband. […]