Here we go…back to the Badger Mountain 100miler for the third year in a row.
In 2012, I paced my good friend George toward his first hundred mile finish. I’d never been at a 100m event and I think I was as nervous and excited as he was. But as soon as I started my pacing gig around 2am, I knew I’d found home.
I love those moments in life when it just feels right. When the universe grabs your hips and pulls you in...
Another day of wet, grey, mud puddle running here in Washington. Seemed like an appropriate time to put our ‘Run Rain Or Shine’ cozy pullovers on sale. I know I’m living in mine right about now.
Plus, use coupon code ‘RAINY’ for 20% off everything in the shop through Sunday. Might be a great time to nab your St. Patty’s Day race tee!? There are just a few left…. Slosh on y’all! Jenn
In April I’m heading to Nepal, solo, to run around a mountain. This morning a guy friend of mind, who happens to be quite a solo world traveler himself, asked me unsolicited: Couldn’t I just run closer to home? And why do I want to go alone? Shouldn’t I take Greg with me?
I started to respond, to explain, to reason…and then I stopped. You don’t have to justify your dreams to anyone.
Move over chocolate and hearts, this month we’re celebrating a truly passionate relationship – you and the run. When it’s good – it’s a hot, sweaty, adrenaline fueled romp. When it’s bad – oh those cold and painful mornings. But it’s never boring and even after all these years, when you lace up for a date – the sparks still fly.