Rarely do I have a week in which my training matches what is on my official training schedule. Okay, maybe never. Like a running pirate, I consider my schedule to be more of a set of “guidelines” than rules. Still, my actual mileage is usually pretty close to scheduled miles. Last week, however, not so much. Continue reading
In 2010, I was a 39-year-old, unhappily married mother of a teenager, and I wanted to run away from home. So one day I walked out the front door, popped on my headset, and started running. And I made it about a block. Continue reading
Long story short: I started running at age 39.
Now I’m 42 and beginning to feel like a runner. On Saturday, August 18, 2012, I ran 25 miles on the Clinton Lake trails in Lawrence, Kansas. I ran with Gary, a well-known local trail runner and experienced ultra marathoner. On our run, Gary told me that I needed to start keeping a running diary and writing race reports. So here it is, my official running blog: Geekhawk.com Continue reading