Ok, I’ve made you wait this long. Time to reveal the secret to running…..
Now that we are stronger, and leaner, and faster. Now that we are true Gazelles it’s time to reveal the REAL S.e.c.r.e.t. to Running! The S.e.c.r.e.t. to running a marathon is : Learning to Go Slow! Read the rest of this entry
I’ve had friends come out of the woodwork this week — gifting me with little nuggets of positive energy and B.E.L.I.E.F.
Friends Believe In You…Until You Learn to Believe In Yourself. It’s Magical! and Priceless….. Read the rest of this entry
Every day when I walk out the door to do my run…..I have this knot in my stomach. It’s a worry — a worry that today will be the day that I can’t run. That today is the day the big charade is over……and my true weak, non-Runner identity will be exposed to the whole world. Everyday.
Everyday? Really? D@mn girl, you are stubborn. Read the rest of this entry
Thanksgiving week was busy busy busy. Wrapping up the work week, shopping for Turkey Day dinner, and Running, Running, Running! So much going on, so much to catch up on! But It’s All Good! Read the rest of this entry
Coming out of Hurricane Sandy, I was very contemplative about sleep versus rest. We got alot of sleep the past few weeks. And yet….we were still so tired. But sleep doesn’t always equal rest, is what I have learned. Read the rest of this entry
WOW! Oh this one is worth hearing… Read the rest of this entry
So, catch this! You all remember my first attempt at an 18 mile long run, right? Ohhhhh, How can we forget THE GREAT PEE ATTACK!!?? Read the rest of this entry
I was in the NY office today, and had a chance to talk to other New Jerseyans about their experiences during Hurricane Sandy. Some were OK, like me…Others, lost so much. The stories are the same, up and down the NJ, NY, and CT coastline. Broken hearts. Broken homes. But then, while chatting with Marathon Brian, and telling my story about how we made out OK, even with the South River across the street — Brian said something profound. When I was explaining how people down the street were flooded, but not us……he said…..”Diane, that HILL….it saved you.” <Ka-Pow! right in the kisser> Read the rest of this entry