Fractures and Freak Outs

I have the smallest fracture in the world on my ankle. I found out 2 weeks ago in the evening while I was having a meltdown about a scrapbook I was making. Which is why I do not craft. That and my inability to cut in a straight line. After crying uncontrollably alone in my apartment while

Read More  

Sprained Ankles and Sad Workouts

After the half marathon, my ankle was definitely feeling really sore. I babied it a lot last week and this week it was feeling much, much better! KC and I spent the weekend celebrating our engagement with our friends and family which was delightful. I ate my weight in Mexican food, which was equally delightful

Read More  

Half Marathon Recap

Sunday I ran in my first (and only) half marathon of the year! 4th consecutive year I have run one! And ya know what? I didn’t die! My race prep was way different this year compared to previous years. Last year the night before my halfie, I drank a half a bottle of wine at

Read More  

Crock Pot Chicken Tacos

Crock Pot Chicken Tacos Ingredients 1 lb of chicken breasts 1 container of chili sauce (I use Market Basket) 1/2 Tbs Hot Sauce (I mix this up for different flavors) 1 packet of taco seasoning 1 cup of water 1 red pepper 1/2 onion 1 green pepper Shredded cheese (I use a lot of cheese,

Read More  

Running Meets Volunteerism

I have been a bit MIA on the blog and for that I apologize. But, I actually have a legit excuse. I have been quite busy attempting to be a better person! I started coaching/ volunteering for an awesome organization called Girls on the Run. For those in the know, GOTR. GOTR is an after school

Read More  

Ray Rice Rant

Obv, you all have heard, seen and discussed Ray Rice assaulting his now wife in a casion elevator earlier this year. If you haven’t you have fallen off the grid. There are so many disturbing things about this incident. 1. The initial ruling of a 2 game suspension is one of the most disgusting things I

Read More  

Page 7 of 13« First...56789...Last »