First, a photo from this morning. After some considerable delay, V and I managed to trundle out the front door at around 10:00 this morning. I had a couple of fresh buttermilk biscuits and an egg in my belly, and we headed out to grab about eight miles. It was a cold, foggy morning, but […]
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I spend a lot of time these days saying thank you. I have been amazed and overwhelmed at the generosity of my friends and family. Here are some thoughts on that…
Plus, what I’m thinking about as we go into the Newburyport Green Stride Half Marathon.
Best. News. Ever. I’m officially a part of the Massachusetts Team In Training. Here’s how I learned about the start of the next portion of my quest, and being part of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
A package arrived in the mail today. I’m getting tested to see if I am a genetic match for a coworker who has Leukemia. The kit was pretty simple; three swabs. Brush the inside of your cheek, seal it in an envelope, and send it on its way. If you’re like me, the thought of […]
I’ve always wanted to run a marathon. Scratch that… I have always wanted to be someone who has run a marathon. Subtle difference, perhaps, but I don’t necessarily like running. Running is pain. I’m also not much of a “because it’s there” kind of guy. The idea of running 26.2 miles “just because” isn’t very […]