Sunday I ran the Jonas Cattell 10 mile Run – The run originates in Haddonfield NJ and finishes @ National Park, NJ /Red Bank Battlefield Park. “Jonas Cattell was born in 1758, on a farm called Lavender Hills. The farm was … Continue reading
We all “watch” our children. We watch them as infants. We watch them as they grow into adulthood. I have watched my daughter grow into a mother of two beautiful girls. I have watched her as she has mastered … Continue reading
Between Done and Next…that would be what is meant by living in the moment… a hammock in the middle….* Norman Lear The STRONGEST BRAVEST, Most Beautiful PERSON I have EVER Known……
Getting to know the “Beast” This is my second time in His/Her company. The Beast – A mix of gender traits with a lot of the good and all of the bad of each. This go around I rehearsed with the … Continue reading
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In the books it is……Finished the year with a 2.5 mile run for a total of 1500.06 miles. 1500 miles – Three 1/2 marathons and one full marathon. Last song listened to was “Eyes of the World” ..Thank you Jerry & … Continue reading
My Beautiful four year old Granddaughter Mia Simone TIMEOUT SENTENCE At a family backyard BBQ the other day, Mia was sent inside for a “timeout” . After being inside for awhile, came outside seemingly preoccupied with where she left off playing. … Continue reading
I am not a huge fan of 5ks. Seems that I have convinced myself that the only strategy is to start out full throttle and keep it there until finished. So with some reluctance I entered a 5k this past … Continue reading
Well I finished… Not without the help of Christine who I shared a grueling (Not strong enough description) last 4.5 miles. Maybe harrowing is a better description. My 1st reaction to my finish was mixed at best. This was my … Continue reading
Yikes!!! Am loosen it… Being so preoccupied with my up coming marathon, my mind has exhausted any rational thought. Fear of injury / sickness has found me in a place of irrational scrutiny. A minor slip from a curb screams … Continue reading
Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see.
Mark Twain Continue reading