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I’ve been thinking…

It’s been 13 days since my last post. There’s good reason for that. The weather in DC has been amazing! I’ve been outside as often as possible. There were a couple of trips to the pool, some visits with friends, and a lot of running–gotta work off the winter (and spring) weight! All of that … Continue reading

The Obligatory New Year’s Day Post

Here we are @ the beginning of a new year. 2008. I’m sure if you googled the word “resolution” you’d find millions of entries. For some reason changing of our calendars causes us to recognize our failures and promise to make some changes. Like bug to the zapper, I find myself drawn to the same … Continue reading

I’ve lost control

I ran (literally) an errand about an hour ago. Little Nate’s nose is a bit stuffy so I volunteered to grab some saline from the store and took the chance to stretch my legs and work off some extra calories (thanks for all the yummy meals Stoddart friends!). While running through the neighborhood, I began … Continue reading

Jesus @ the Fountain of Cool

I went running tonight.  This habit of mine typically gets me thinking and many times leads me to praying.  What was I thinking about?  The iPhone.   Actually, I’ve been thinking about it for the better part of the last few days.  Before I went out the door, I found an article declaring  it the “Jesus … Continue reading

Off on the Right Foot

“What I need to start off the New Year right is a challenge!” So I thought as I decided to enter the New Year’s Day 5-miler. Now those of you who know me (why else would you be reading this blog?) know that I’ve gone much further than this in my running adventures. The reason … Continue reading

A little too important in our own eyes?

I have to admit, I’m pretty tied to my cell phone. I have it with me all the time and unless I’m in a meeting I’ll usually answer it. If I accidentally leave it @ home, even if I’m only going out for a few minutes, I start worrying about all the missed calls. “I’m … Continue reading