http://projectathena.libsyn.com/rss Adventure, Cancer, Relationships, Training, Fear Summary: On this episode, we talk with Diane Byron, a PA Goddess and Athena. Diane shares her story of competing in a Harbor to Harbor adventure shortly after a cancer diagnosis and surgery. She also offers her wisdom on maintaining good relationships, dealing with fear, and working... Continue Reading →
Gentle readers, I would love your help! In the grand semi/sporadic tradition that I started back in 2002 when I walked in my first of three Breast Cancer 3-day events, I am back on the walking trail again in 2016. (No, I will not and have not stopped running, but I did take a much... Continue Reading →
Oh boy am I behind.....too much studying...tax course is done, now working on a quickbooks online course...so here's a photo dump from Christmas Day with the highlight as the feature - a group selfie of course!
This morning I drove up about 60 miles north to Crystal Cove State Park and participated in a 6k trail run event. My motivation was to spend a day with my high school friend #651 - it was her birthday and she was treating herself - no, challenging herself - to achieving something new. She... Continue Reading →
I'm stealing a writing prompt from last month's NaBloPoMo selection - "Write about one object you see at this exact moment." Well, since I am writing this while taking a lunch break at my desk, as my eyes wandered off my screen, the first thing I saw just above was this calendar. (A technical... Continue Reading →
Yes, I know, I live here so the headline could seem as if it is hinting that I traveled somewhere new. Which I did. Sort of. Friday night started it off out in east county for the first varsity football game of the season (horrible...penalties, turnovers...lost 22-7...16 still on the sideline though he should be... Continue Reading →
Here's my Facebook status from Sunday night: "Collapsing into bed having managed to pull off a movie and bbq birthday celebration despite the grill master being out of commission. Thank gawd for substitute grilling experts (oh, it was just a *little* fire!) and super easy going friends and family and that last burst of energy... Continue Reading →
And now, the rest of the weekend in pictures to limit my writing time 🙂 I finished in 31:25 and 15 finished in 25:08. The best part was the ramp entrance into the stadium at the end. It was a perfect downhill and it totally shot you into sprint mode no matter how tired you... Continue Reading →