Empower a girl, change the world…

"And your arm felt nice wrapped 'round my shoulder. And I had a feeling that I belonged. I had a feeling I could be someone, be someone, be someone." - t.c Every girl deserves a chance to be someone regardless of her family's financial means or life situation. That's why I'm dedicating all of my... Continue Reading →

Runcation Destination: NYC!

Last weekend my friends I ran the Brooklyn Rock n Roll half marathon.  We could have picked a race closer to home, but we'd heard good things about this one and well, if we're being perfectly honest, we're more about the party that happens after than the actual running part of the race, so making a... Continue Reading →

#weruntogether: the end

Yesterday I ran the slowest and most painful race I've ever run (recap here). But it was also the best, most fun, and most rewarding one I've ever experienced. It was Boston, and I ran all 26.2 miles of it. Finally. Crossing the finish line never felt so sweet. When my feet hit that rubber... Continue Reading →

Closing In

I haven't written much about the Boston Marathon lately, but don't be fooled.  It doesn't mean it hasn't been on my mind.  In fact for the last four months it's been at the top of my mind almost every day.  Because once again I'm training to go the distance, run 26.2 miles and cross that... Continue Reading →

Running In The Family

There's something to be said for forcing your own interests and opinions on your kids.  Don't get me wrong- I don't expect mine to be exactly like me.  In fact, they are already showing signs of being very, very, verrryyy different than me.  For example, my son talks to everyone and everything.  We're down in... Continue Reading →


My Garmin watch is stopped at 25.74 miles.  That's how far I made it in this year's Boston Marathon.  Another year, another blog post about how the race didn't turn out as expected. But this time it's far more devastating and heart wrenching than I could ever imagine last year, when all I was doing... Continue Reading →


So.. I finally ran 26.2!  It wasn't Boston, it wasn't 90 degrees, there weren't any crowds, there was no fanfare.  But it was a good race.  The weather was beautiful, the course was just challenging enough, my body felt ready and my mind was focused on getting the job done. I ran it in 4 hours 19... Continue Reading →

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