No one cares for your safety like you do

Can we talk? I regularly see posts in my online running groups where runners (and cyclists) are hit and often killed by those in a motor vehicle. Most of the people operating the motor vehicle are drunk or distracted drivers. Outrage ensues after each of these instances, and rightly so. I really got my start…

#LubecPartyOfThree

What started off as an innocent suggestion by my friend Lashell (in September 2016) to run the Adams County Half/Full Marathon in 2017, snowballed into a lobstah and hill-fueled race-cation full of shenanigans in the easternmost point of the US this past June with our ‘#LubecPartyOfThree.’ A girl’s getaway to allow the three of us…

Feel free to drink coffee and wave during my race

I saw a post on Facebook today, where a woman congratulated her friend on finishing a rough half marathon. The person who posted wrote the following as part of her message to her friend: ‘I am thankful for your Meg Miles family and all the support they have given you and continue to give you,…

Race recap: Ogden Marathon

Two weeks removed from the Ogden Marathon, and I’ve had some time to really reflect on the great time I had there. I was very nervous going into the race – not so much the race itself but the fact that I was meeting the family of the soldier I was running to remember (Bryan…

Goals.

After watching the Boston Marathon last Monday, tracking some friends and feeling the energy of the event (even through the TV!), I had a moment of ‘I want to do that.’ Please keep in mind, I just had a miserable run in Paris the prior weekend and all but swore off large marathons. How easily…

Race Recap: Paris Marathon

Oh la vasche! (Holy cow!) I had high hopes for a fast time on this course (my initial goal was a 4:10-4:15 run), but it was not to be for a variety of reasons. The quick summary: I didn’t like this race. Overall, my¬†visit to Paris was fantastic, but the marathon was very frustrating and…