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This is another accidental thing I decided to do.  Yep.  It’s a holiday running challenge.  😆 I’m on the Runner’s World forums, and apparently, they do challenges.  These are a great way to stay motivated during times like, oh, I don’t know, the holidays.  😆 So let’s break it down. There are two teams; the […]

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Race Report


Near the end of Holiday Challenge, I checked out the supposed race schedule (looking at last year’s races) to see what was coming up. The first thing for 2012 was a race that had the normal 2k walk/run and 10k walk/run. What it also had left me scratching my head. It also had a half marathon. Well hum. I have […]

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Yep.  I did, I’m ashamed to say.  I knew better, and I did it anyhow. At first, I conned myself into thinking a little wouldn’t matter.  And you know how that goes- once you have a little, well, heck, you might as well go for broke and do what you want and have a lot, […]

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‘Member me telling you about that Holiday Challenge thingy I was gonna do during the holidays to stay motivated? Ya, well, it’s over.  😦 When we started, 275 runners on two teams (139; 136) had pledged nearly 38,000 miles. By the time I updated at the half way point,  we had dropped to 263 players, who […]

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Have you looked?  Do you usually look?  ~~WARNING!!!! LONG POST AHEAD!!!~~~~  😆 Every year around this time, I end up laughing sardonically to myself. “I just love a clean slate!” “New year= new beginnings!” <gag> I mean, really? Do people really believe this? Like, nothing from the past year is going to follow them into this year because it’s […]

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Half Way There


Can you believe it?  I know I can’t! Nearly three weeks ago, I started a Holiday Challenge. Today is just over the half-way point (20 days out of 39), so I thought I would share some statistics y’all prolly could care less about.  😆 When we started, we had 275 players, who had pledged nearly 38,000 miles. If […]

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