Welcome to October

October 1, 2014

It’s October 1, the start of a brand new month and, really, what feels like the start of a brand new season. This is the time of year when it finally starts to cool down around Florida and kinda, sorta feel like fall. We actually have a cold front moving through this weekend, right now more »

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Waiting for a Rainbow

September 29, 2014

Five weeks have passed since my heart broke into a million pieces on the exam table of my doctor’s office. It’s funny, when I was pregnant – and holding my breath from week to week, hoping against all hope that everything was okay – time moved at a snail’s pace. Now I feel like it’s more »

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Fall 2014 Run Happy Playlist

September 25, 2014

Oh, TimeHop… an app designed to make us always feel old or extremely lazy. It’s hard to believe one year ago today I was in peak training for Ironman Florida. Kelly and I had just finished our first century and were gearing up for back-to-back weeks of long runs, long swims, and another 100 mile more »

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Home Sweet Home

September 23, 2014

I just returned from my final event of our race season. I traveled to more events last season, but for some reason this season felt tougher. Maybe it was because all of my travels were condensed to a two-month period. I love my job and I love being on the road, but I missed being more »

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New Kicks

September 17, 2014

Remember a couple of months ago when I toured Brooks headquarters in Seattle? Two things stood out to me on that trip: 1) The new Brooks NightLife Footwear 2) The new Brooks Heritage Collection First, let’s talk about Brooks NightLife Footwear. Brooks NightLife collection uses strategically placed contrasting fabrics, retroreflective detail and active lighting to not only increase runner’s more »

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Settling In

September 15, 2014

It’s Monday, again. Where did the weekend go? House update: it’s still a mess. We made some progress on the bedroom/bathroom this weekend, but it still feels like we have so much farther to go. Just when I think we’ve finished one area, we’ll find a new box of stuff I’d forgotten about and need to more »

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