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College Issues: What Would You Do?

I was all set to pound out some words today about the 27 year old that ran the Chicago Marathon on Sunday and then, six plus hours later, gave birth to a healthy seven pound baby girl. That was until I logged onto Facebook to find a message from my 20 year old son to… Continue reading College Issues: What Would You Do?

Just my Thoughts · Professional Sports

Drop the Puck!

The AHL season has officially started. My daughter and I were in attendance as the Binghamton Senators started their tenth season and their first defense of a championship. Because the team and its management really wanted to celebrate the Calder Cup championship of last season, there was a block party prior to the Arena opening.… Continue reading Drop the Puck!

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Wineglass Marathon – Race Recap II: The Actual Race

Sunday morning dawned – actually pre-dawn – wet and cold. A quick check of the weather web site indicated it was 41F and raining at the start line. Better yet, the wind chill was 36F. Now came the big decisions. Keep the short sleeve shirt? Hope the rain will end? Wear a jacket? I put… Continue reading Wineglass Marathon – Race Recap II: The Actual Race

Fitness · Just my Thoughts

Wineglass Marathon – Race Recap I

I have wanted to run Wineglass Marathon for over a year. I decided in July 2010 I was going to run a marathon. I just didn’t get registered in time to run the 2010 edition of Wineglass. Fate had it that my first marathon was the 2011 Myrtle Beach and Wineglass – a local marathon… Continue reading Wineglass Marathon – Race Recap I

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October Means One Thing

The calendar has once again turned to October.  Good news! My fall marathon is over. Better news!! The temperature is going to warm up a bit. Best news!!! October is the start of hockey season!!!   On my recent trip to Pittsburgh for my daughter’s college graduation, we had the chance to visit the Consol… Continue reading October Means One Thing