Tag Archives: Running with MS

“VICTORY” gets a new definition

What if today, we were just grateful for everything? I have to admit that I’m not a fan of all those cutesy memes currently clogging up my Facebook page. But when a friend posted this one, I had to stop … Continue reading

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Winning Gold

“Friendships are born on the field of athletic strife and the real gold of competition.”          — Jesse Owens, American track and field athlete and Olympic gold medal winner.  

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The stealth goal

My last post was all about focus and goal-setting and perspective, all around my latest half marathon.  I didn’t reveal my outcome goal so I could see how that felt.  And?  It felt good.  Interestingly, after I made the decision … Continue reading

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Replacing the old tapes

“A true champion knows how to overcome doubts and manage those doubts and turn them into motivation.” -Misty Hyman, Olympic swimming gold medalist This is my second year running middle distance.  I started training in January 2009 for a March … Continue reading

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Running with fear and gratitude … and MS

So I saw a new doctor last week – a podiatrist about my bunion.  And there was that usual medical history to go over, but we didn’t get to that part until after we had covered the part where I was concerned about running … Continue reading

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