When I started this blog, I completely missed the point.
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.