We were on our way, route planned out, everything packed, ready to go. And going past one of the first intersections by my house, the one where I-395 exit on South Main Street is, we had an incident.
The babyhood, it was over so quickly.
I started running five years ago. I was 25 years old, had just moved into the first house I had bought that summer, and had been married for just about a year. And I was ready for a change.
The park had a meeting with the public last night at its headquarters to talk about the issue of when a permit is really needed.
I’m back with an update on the story I wrote about earlier this week about the runners who were issued a citation after organizing on Facebook a group run up Cadillac Mountain during the meteor showers last week.
A runner got a citation Thursday night when he organized a group run by Facebook post.
So was Coleen Singer a victim of partisan politics? I think so. And I think that more people should talk openly about how access to health care has affected their lives.
The 50,000 foot view of how I’ve stayed fit (ish) since having a baby.
The dramatic shift in life after children doesn’t feel so dramatic any more.
Almost five years and four marathons later, I’ve learned a lot along the way. I want to share some of the thinking that held me back so it doesn’t hold you back.