Monthly Archives: November 2014
Today I’m honored to be featured on Another Mother Runner with a piece I submitted about my most important mile running. Check it out here.
No matter what has happened in my life this year I have found myself being very grateful. Allow me to share… I’m grateful my mother passed away peacefully in her sleep and not in some tragic accident or long, drawn … Continue reading
I forgot to mention I’m participating in running a 5K over the Thanksgiving holiday. Feel free to join me by clicking above!
I’ve now gone back to the gym 2 days a week for two weeks now. It feels like I’ve returned home after a long, arduous trip. Funny thing is when I decided I needed to get back to the gym … Continue reading
This is rather hard for me to post, but I always feel honesty is the best policy. Plus, you may not understand how excited I’ll be when I get these 15 pounds off if you don’t see some proof of … Continue reading
As a proud Navy wife I want to take a minute to thank all the servicemen and women who have served their country and helped to protect our freedom. As this cartoon rightly states, to me you do a lot … Continue reading
A week ago on Katie’s Motivational Monday post over at Runs For Cookies she made a comment, “I want to go into 2015 feeling happy with where I’m at.” I read that and was like, “Yes! Me too!” I’m still … Continue reading
I have a birthday cake in the oven for my husband and have about two more minutes to get a quick post in. It’s just been that kind of week… [grin] There’s been too much candy. Not enough … Continue reading
At the Bible conference our church hosted a few weeks ago one of the ministers made this comment: “What if you fail? The worst that can happen is you learn a great lesson that will prove beneficial in the … Continue reading