My first week in the desert flew by as my sister and I went through decorations that were our mom’s. I also spent time getting use to a borrowed bike for Tour de Palm Springs. I had some running to do to prepare for the Palm Desert Half. Those two events took up my weekend… Continue reading Vacation
I have read several of Molly McLain’s books and Can’t Forget Her was another I couldn’t put down once I started it. I’m always enthralled with McLain’s characters. Rosemary and Ryan do not disappoint. This book is scheduled for release today, January 28th. I love that this book brings together two different towns in previous writings of… Continue reading Can’t Forget Her – A Book Review
Sunday morning started in the dark and me in a running skirt and tank top. My sister was wondering what else I was going to wear. It was warm enough that that was it. I put on my shoes and grabbed my #runchat hat and heading to the Palm Desert Civic Park to get lined… Continue reading Weekend in the Rearview – Part Two
I generally do a really detailed race recap but my photos did not turn out all that great and I took no photos on the bike ride on Saturday but I will still do my best. Saturday, my step dad and I headed to Palm Springs at 7:30. When people ask, I tend to… Continue reading Weekend in The Rearview – Part One
I’m going to spend my Friday picking up bibs and numbers. This is my big race weekend for the winter of 2016. I traveled over 3,000 miles to be able to do a brick of a weekend. I know, not a big deal to a triathlete, but for me, cycling on Saturday and running on… Continue reading Race Weekend
With a new year starting, I am sure most of us runners are plotting out our 2016 race schedule. I know I like to have a list of races by the beginning of the year for several reasons. I don’t want to miss a great January race. I also find I manage to keep my mileage steady if I… Continue reading Do You Re-Run Races?
NEW SERIES…. Alex Troutt Thriller Series #1 AT Bay Alexandra Giordano never knew she had it so good. Until it was all gone in an instant. As she begins her daunting quest to uncover the black spots on her memory, what she finds isn’t sweet or charming or even pleasant. And that’s when she begins… Continue reading Alex Troutt, New Series – A Book Review