Yearly Archives: 2012

Year in Review

Well, as the year draws to a close, its time to look back.  It has definitely been one hell of a year!  Lets look at the Annual Mileage: According to Daily Mile – 352 miles is what I ran this

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Janathon… To do or not to do.. THAT Is the question.

So I was going through the wordpress blogs under the “Running” category – and found Lengthorn’s Blog about Janathon. It seems back in 2007 a a blogger came up with “Junathon,”  which expanded into Janathon in 2011. So what is

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Stupid jeans.

The dryer shrunk my jeans….  How many of you have said this at some point? Well, over the last 5 years or so, I have… umm.. gained in awesomeness (around the waist primarily) which has led to several of my

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New Years Resolutions

I have always found News Years resolutions to be a bit… Annoying.  In one way, it makes an immense amount of sense.  What better time to have a “new beginning”  – than an actual new beginning?  Personally, I see some

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So Christmas has come and gone…

Christmas was here and visited with its mass amounts of children’s toys – and has moved on!This has affected my running (And my weight), but I can’t complain – only two pounds up. We headed up to my folks (apparently

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Treadmill Speed Work (I’m too dumb for the Kinect.)

Every now and then, something happens that opens my eyes.  Yesterday’s recurring theme was speed-work.  Half-athoner mentioned it in a blog posting I read and responded too.  My friend Jeremy (he doesn’t have a blog) and I talked about it

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Christmas Running Survey

I love Christmas.. This means that when Half-athoner posted her Christmas Running Survey, I couldn’t resist bringing it here! 1.Favorite Christmas Album/CD/Song? Totally Cheating with my response.  But I am partial to my Youtube Channel of my son’s last Boychoir –

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Other great blogs

Today I’m going to post a little differently than normal. I thought it might be fun to stop and look at some other blogs I read. While she is on a post-marathon, going into the holidays Hiatus right now, I

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Peanut… Peanut butter! Blossoms!

Ok, Seriously.  I think the person that invented Peanut Blossoms was attempting to figure out how to give people the same warm feeling inside as THAT activity (if you know what I mean.)   I totally think they came as close

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Racing in 2013

Looks like it is going to be a GREAT day!  I checked my email this morning, while laying in the warm comfort of my own bed, and found this: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Dear Once and Future Runner (obviously I changed this): Congratulations!

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The Once and Future Runner
Once and Future Runner

2013 Was an amazing year, for me, So I am really looking forward to 2014!

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