My Drum

My Drum

  I’m a bit of a rebel at heart, but in my own way I guess. I don’t do drugs or dance drunk on table tops. I’ve never driven cross-country alone or traversed the mountains with nothing but a backpack(although I totally would). I never rebelled as a kid. I’ve only had two tickets. I […]

When You Can’t Run the Marathon, Go Get the Shirt!!

When You Can’t Run the Marathon, Go Get the Shirt!!

Ya’ll. Can I just say that leaving town at the beginning of October, with all the sports and all the homework and the tests and ALL THE THINGS is absolutely stressing me to the max. It’s no easy task to get 3 kids to different places, including all the school things. I mean, we’re talking […]

When You’r So Over Being The Perfect Mom

When You’r So Over Being The Perfect Mom

I ran to Walmart the other day, in a frenzy, because I forgot team snacks. And the game had started. And I had put it on BOTH calendars(paper and phone) and was assured that Siri would give me 2,398 reminders so I would not in fact forget. And I forgot. #facepalm While I was racing […]

When Truth Comes To Light

When Truth Comes To Light

  Last week, I was driving the kids to school and we got stuck behind the bus. My LEAST favorite place to be. I guess that points to my massive amounts of patience<hello, sarcasm is my friend>. I can’t stand all the stops. I just want to get to school so no one is late, […]

So Long St. George

So Long St. George

When I signed up for this marathon, I’d put about five minutes of thought into it. I’ve done 3 already, so I assumed it didn’t require massive amounts of planning at this point. Register, choose a training plan/method, execute, race. Done. Wrong. I failed to take into consideration some factors that would affect my training. […]