It’s shocking and appalling to think that anyone could go for a run and not come home because they were shot and killed. But that’s what happened to Ahmaud Arbery on Feb. 23, 2020. … More I participated in #FinishTheRun and ran for change on Feb. 23
After I didn’t finish the Algonquin 50K earlier this month, I was disappointed, but not crushed. I definitely planned to sign up for next year, but I didn’t plan to run the distance on my own. … More We didn’t finish our 50K. So we ran our own.
I got to the Mile 15 aid station and Al told me that I didn’t make the cutoff to continue. But my reaction was actually relief. For the past few miles of the Algonquin 50K, I’d been thinking about whether to drop. … More I DNF’d the muddy, cold, wet Algonquin 50K after 15 miles
Well, in case you missed it, my January was certainly abnormal! I was hit by a car while out on a run Jan. 15, and after that, I took two weeks off to rest. I have now recovered (somehow?! I’m very grateful), with just a few small wounds remaining. I initially fully blamed myself, but … More Monthly wrap-up: My (2.5 weeks of) January running