Something really cool happened this week. As you may have figured out from some of the things I’ve written, the road that I have been down with this bone tumor has been a… Continue reading

Learning to wait

I have learned a lot about patience and waiting in the past six months, not by choice mind you. But like many great lessons in life, these were learned because the path I… Continue reading

Galveston 70.3 Relay Race Report

My very first 70.3 experience I was supposed to swim, Megan was supposed to bike and Megan was going to run. I got a call the day we were going down to packet… Continue reading

Six Months

Today marks six months since the surgery I had to remove the giant cell tumor from my femur. It’s quite surreal. I still remember that day very vividly, in fact my life right… Continue reading

Excited in Galveston

Six months ago I was getting ready to have surgery to remove the tumor from my femur in two days…right now I am packing my transition bag for my first triathlon since my… Continue reading

Filling in the blanks

Still lamenting the time lag between my last set of blog posts and this set. I have been writing, it’s just that nothing made it from my notepad to my blog–I still really… Continue reading

How does it feel?

Since I posted my short update yesterday that I am indeed running again, I wanted to follow up and fill you in on some of the details. I started the Couch to 5K… Continue reading

No fooling…I’m running

I’m running…seriously I am. I often have to pinch myself as even I often don’t believe it. Less than six months post surgery and I can run–albeit not far or fast but running… Continue reading

Put My Crutches Away

I have been working on a post reflecting on my 27 days of blogging in the spare moments over the last few days, but I really don’t want to post about that today.… Continue reading

Day 27: Dreamers

I had plans for today. It was going to be a good day. But I should have known when I got a text at 5:45 this morning canceling my lunch plans, that the… Continue reading