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#Janathon Day 3 – Snow Day?


So it wasn’t ACTUALLY a snow-day in the sense that my kids think of them.  I still have to go to work today, just two hours late!  As I knew there was a couple of inches of snow on the

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Long Slow Run.. without water.


Good Morning! I am feeling surprisingly great this morning!  Why so surprisingly?  Well, yesterday was my Long Slow Distance run.  What? You would like to hear more about it? GLADLY! I have to admit, it didn’t start off to grand. 

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Posted in Marine Corps Marathon, running

Running for cake


BIRTHDAYS!!!!!!  Always a fun, fun time… Joy, Presents, Cake and… Calories! So, with that in mind, I planned ahead (how uncharacteristic of me!)  and got a run in before dinner.  Not far, as there was a time constraint – but

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Posted in Healthy Food, Plantar Faciitis, running

Running and Rolling


So, my last couple of posts have glossed over any training – while focusing on my fundraiser/giveaway.  Rest assured, I have still been working on my training! Last night, I went out for an easy 3ish miles (I accidentally gypped

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Posted in Help the Homeless, Marine Corps Marathon, Plantar Faciitis, running, running injury

#Juneathon Day 7 – Pending


So, my Plantar Fascia was a bit sore this morning.  To be clear, this wasn’t suprising as I was hobbling yesterday – starting an hour or two after my run.  I don’t know if it was from the run, or

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#Junathon – Day 5 and 6 -Stretching, and a return to my normal pace.


So, I am again combining two days into one posting.. I’m such a slacker.  To be fair, I did set the tone with my first posting that was 2 days late and ended up covering 3 days. Yesterday morning, I

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Posted in Plantar Faciitis, running, running injury

Last Run of the (choir) Season.


Last night was the end of choir season.  At  the end of the season, the Maryland State Boy choir hosts a festival that draws kids from all over!  Members of the  Newark Boy Choir,  the Ann Arbor Boy choir and

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Posted in Plantar Faciitis, running, running injury

Plantar Fasciitis Treatment – an excerpt from Craig Payne posted on the Podiatry Arena


This is an excerpt from a posting by Craig Payne – Senior Lecturer at La Trobe University in Australia from the Podiatry-Arena forum.  It is reposted with his permission.  Special thanks to Peter Bird for bringing this forum posting to

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The Plantar Fasciitis Trials – Part 3 – The Podiatrist


So.. Picking up where I left off on part 2 – Off to see the podiatrist. First, lets look at my thoughts/views/experiences regarding podiatrists.  I had never been to one (that covers experiences.) I love research, so I had googled

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The Plantar Fasciitis Trials – Part 2 – The pain.


To pick up where my story left off (while providing enough “Catch up” info for anyone that didn’t read part 1), I had stepped on a rather sharp rock in my worn-down (not that there is a whole lot to

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