Day 2 of 10

Day 2 of 10

So today is day 2 of my “10 miles for 10 days” challenge. I felt good on my run, but I could feel the tiniest bit of fatigue in my legs during the warm-up miles from running eleven yesterday (and 5 miles on Saturday, getting me to 26 miles in about 42...
R is also for Racism

R is also for Racism

This is the R post I really want to write. Friends, what a ridiculously intense time we have going on in our world right now. But what a crucial time this is, too. In addition to the pandemic (wear your masks when around people, buddies), we are working our way toward...
O is for Out of My World View

O is for Out of My World View

Travel is the absolute number one way I know to get out of my own stuck world view and open up to new possibilities. I’m in Portugal now working on a book. You see, last year I went to a financial planner whom I paid to ultimately tell me I needed to save $12,000 per...
N is for Never Enough Self-Help

N is for Never Enough Self-Help

Anyone who knows me knows I’m a self-help book junkie.  I started reading how-to, self-help, and informative non-fiction books when I was about twelve. The seventh grade was hard for me, as it is for almost everyone, for all the normal reasons. Did I fit in?...
L is for Love

L is for Love

She came into my life at a happy time. We called her Fuji-san, like the mountain, because her personality was big. And I brought her into the family to round out my little brood of furry creatures already consisting of Bronte the fluffy cat and Jane the pug.  I’d...

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