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Quarantine with a Preschooler

I have a confession to make: some days I love working from home, and other days I want to send them all to school so I can be ALONE. With the quarantine, we are all […]

I’m Not “Fun”

Do you know the song “Raise Your Glass” by Pink? Here is a quick listen to it to refresh your memory: https://youtu.be/XjVNlG5cZyQ When my older two were little, they assigned parts of this song to […]

A Time To Rest

I want to stat today off with one of my favorite songs. It begs another listen today. “What does this have to do with fitness?” you are asking. Good question! Training When I was training […]

In the Dance Studio

Another ballet poem today. Or, a life poem depending on how you choose to look at it. Again, it is a picture for the formatting.

Pictures I couldn’t take

Poem I wrote after my first marathon. I wanted to rewrite it, but I like the formatting. I’m not able to replicate that on the blog.

I Am A Marathoner

Never in a million years would I have given myself this title. I was a dancer. A writer. NOT a runner. Then I became a single mom working two jobs and trying to keep it […]

My Life Etched on a Marley Floor

This, is my life, etched here on the black Marley by the blocks in my pointe shoes and scuffed with marks from my bare feet as I danced, and sweated, and bleed, and cried. This, […]

Identity in Fitness

I was not know for my athletic ability as a child. You know the stories of the baseball players that were put out in left field because they were really bad at playing? Yeah, I […]

Exercise Plan (It’s Early)

I like to work out. Feel the ache of my muscles after doing a workout. Feeling like I accomplished something while I clear the headspace that is usually cluttered with noise and lists. Somehow, I […]

Choosing a Why

“Any How is possible as long as there is a Why” ~ Viktor Frankel This book shakes me up in a good way. There are things I have done in my life that I look […]