Today, June 30, marks a year since I began working with Dr. Morgan on better eating habits (No relation to Sam, by the way. Just a lot of Morgan’s in my life these days.) My eating, exercising, and life in … Continue reading
Several weeks ago I had the idea to create an event on Facebook and invite my friends to run with me in New Orleans while we were at ALA. It was last year at ALA that I really reached my … Continue reading
In case you think all I do is swim, bike and run, I thought I would let you know I have a few other interests. Besides being a librarian by day, I pursue things represented in the photo below: I … Continue reading
These two pictures say it all. The jeans were too small a year ago.
Today I completed my third triathlon. That takes me out of the beginner’s ranks and, I guess, into experienced ranks. I don’t feel experienced yet. This was supposed to be my first triathlon but I started getting antsy to do … Continue reading
Riding any bike requires control, but riding a road bike requires extra control. Speed, corners, learning to shift gears all take control. Learning to ride the road bike is my new challenge. It is lighter and moves faster than the … Continue reading
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My second triathlon is finished. I had fun, improved my time and I’m ready to do another one. Here is my race report. Friday – pre-race I’ve decided that I am basically useless the day before a race. I don’t … Continue reading
The other day Sam and I were texting about my run and swim times. He told me, correctly, that I don’t need to be afraid of being tired when I run. His point was that I know how to push … Continue reading
This story ends well, just so you know up front. Deep water Sam and I went to the Aquatic Center for the first time today. We have been talking about doing this but just had not gotten over there. The … Continue reading
For twelve years I have had to use a CPAP machine because I had sleep apnea. I can count the nights on one hand that I did not use the machine. I have lugged it to many conferences, overseas, to … Continue reading