Category Archives: Personal Life

Regained Confidence

Saturday morning Jason and I ventured to John Rudy county park to run the 5 mile race that is part of the York Winter Series.  Last year I stunned myself breaking 40 minutes on the course particularly since it occurred only … Continue reading

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10 for 10

It’s the end of the world as we know it… actually just the end of a decade, but for some reason that song lyric keeps playing in my head when I think about beginning the 2020’s tomorrow.  In keeping with … Continue reading

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The Gift of Running

On Thursday Jason had an appointment so we worked a half day.  After the appointment we came home to change clothes and go running.  I decided instead of running south on the rail trail from Brillhart, I wanted to change … Continue reading

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Racing Firsts

Yesterday dad, Jason and I ran the Dallastown 10k.  We feared the weather would be as miserable as it was for the Spring Valley 4 miler.  Luckily that turned out to not be the case.  While it was a very … Continue reading

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Hill Training

I didn’t intend to make this past week’s workouts hill dominated, but it seems that’s what happened. Sunday I ran the Spring Valley 4 mile race which is one of the most torturous short races ever no thanks to the … Continue reading

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4 Miler Mantra

As a runner in high school I absolutely loved running/motivational quotes.  Our track coach used to include several pages of them as part of our welcome packet.  I loved wearing our track t-shirts that featured a quote on the back.  … Continue reading

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Running Scared

I rarely use my blog to get up on a soapbox.  It’s one of the reasons I quit Facebook two years ago.  I was tired of reading people’s posts who felt it necessary to preach their views about everything and … Continue reading

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