Monthly Archives: April 2012

Week in Review 4/23/2012 – 4/29/2012

It’s hard to believe another week is in the books, but time is flying. Friday was the state track & field championships so the season is officially over. That means I’ll have to adjust more to morning runs since I … Continue reading

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Week in review: 4/16/2012 – 4/22/2012

Things are starting to roll now. I’m getting out of bed in the morning and enjoying runs again. At this point, I’m basically planning on running the Walt Disney World marathon. I’m not going to register yet, though. It doesn’t … Continue reading

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Week in Review 04/09/2012-04/15/2012

Cheers to another solid week since my “marathon training sucks” post: Monday afternoon: 4.5 miles easy with the track team Monday evening: 3 miles (7:10, 7:09, 8:32) with the World of Beer group Tuesday: Off Wednesday: 3 miles easy “runcaching” … Continue reading

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Runcaching

At a recent meeting of Tampa Bay area bloggers, I was introduced to Geo-caching. That night, I downloaded an app for my phone and (accompanied by Alice‘s birthday party-goers) found my first cache just over a quarter mile from my … Continue reading

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Saucony Kinvara 3

A few weeks ago, I returned to the office after a vacation on the beach and found a package sitting on my desk. I practically jumped out of my shoes when I opened the box to find this: My love … Continue reading

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Week in Review: April 2-8, 2012

It’s been a long time since I’ve done a “week in review” post mostly because I haven’t had a whole lot to report. I’ll admit that there’s not a whole lot to report this week either, but I have started … Continue reading

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Running for Brews St. Pete

On Saturday, I showed up to my normal group run (the one I lead) planning on doing 5 or 6 miles. Inia was the only other person who showed up and she wanted to do 8 so I ran along … Continue reading

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