Monthly Archives: May 2012

Judgment?

Today I did three laps around Antrim Lake averaging 14:30 per mile for 3.6 miles. The pace was not too easy — not too fast. Afterward, while stretching on the deck, I noticed a couple running groups getting ready to … Continue reading

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Marathon Deaths Rare

The start of the 2011 Columbus Marathon from a walker’s perspective. The headline in today’s paper — Marathon Deaths Rare — caught my eye. Even though I knew it was true, people died in two different races I was in. … Continue reading

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Body Image

For a variety of reasons, many women in the United States have warped body images. Though it ranges from thinking you are healthy when you are heavy or obese to seeing yourself as obese when you are healthy or too … Continue reading

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Ed Redux

In December, I wrote about my good friend Ed who encourages me to keep going and to “do it better”. A little while ago my husband told Ed about that blog post. I was embarrassed. I never expected Ed to … Continue reading

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Jealous of this Weekend’s Races

Me with Elvis during the 2006 Cincinnati Flying Pig. There are a ton of great races being held this weekend! The Indy Mini Marathon is tomorrow. The Cap City Half Marathon is tomorrow. The Flying Pig is Sunday. And this … Continue reading

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Watch What You Eat

Over the weekend, I ended up eating something that did NOT agree with me. I was sick all day Sunday and totally drained with headaches all day Monday. (I think it was food poisoning. Entirely my fault.) I spent two … Continue reading

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