Monday and Wednesday are my days that Michelle has always come to my house to hang out. The dogs get a chance to play with each other. I get a little Michelle time. It's been a workable schedule for years. Then Melissa moved home. I've put her on the same schedule as Michelle because Momma … Continue reading Mara-isms
Running has clearly not been at the top of my mind lately. Normally, the moment I'm done with a race I'm off to the internet to find my race pictures. Here we are, nearly a month past my last race and I just now got around to looking for my pics. And I only want … Continue reading Climb Every Mountain
Mack loves going off the grid and taking rides in the side by side. I always wondered what it would take for him to not want to go for a ride. I'm still wondering. He pulled a muscle in his shoulder over the weekend and would whine & cry if he moved just wrong. And … Continue reading Ready To Ride
Mara says: Fuuuuuuuuuuucccccccckkkkkkk. Grandma snickers. Mara says: Ah, dammit. Grandma chuckles. Mara says: Ain't. Grandma says: We do NOT use that word in this house! Priorities, yo!
Got up before work to make sure that I got a run in on this Global Running Day. The girls will be at my house tonight to bake a cake, so I feel fairly confident that if I didn't do my run this morning that it wouldn't get done. I haven't missed a run on … Continue reading Global Running Day 2019
My really freaking stinking super cute grandkids (and their parents) have moved into my town. This opens up a wide array of stories to tell. They say the funniest, oddest, strangest things and I have forgotten how brutally honest kids can be. I'm sure at some point there will be Maddox stories, but at this … Continue reading Mara-isms
Last week an EF-3 tornado blew through my town. I'm 100% unscathed. I live on the opposite end of town from where it hit, and the biggest inconvenience for me is that I had to spend an hour in my basement in the middle of the night listening to the tornado sirens howl. Other than … Continue reading Surviving The Storm