For my marathon medal to stop looping through the eastern seaboard and get delivered to me…Continue reading “The tension of waiting”
As I type this, not as it posts, it’s the actual day of the actual Baltimore Festival of Running. I am not running. I did my marathon, twice, earlier this month.
But the air is crisp and the sun is shining. It’s a glorious Autumn weekend morning… it’s a lovely day to get out and move.Continue reading “A song in – or maybe for – my heart”
Halloween is coming. My neighbors three doors down decorated at the beginning of the month, to the nth degree. Not in a creepy horrific way – thank God. Just … it’s lit up like Christmas, but Halloween. Very festive.Continue reading “Not my holiday”
So these virtual challenges are starting to go to my head or something.
On successive days this month, I walked a half marathon…Continue reading “Observations on overkill”
Every day I’ve been crossing the items off the list. I read my scripture. I get my steps. I do my Duolingo and Rosetta Stone (still both Frenching it up). I floss my teeth. I get the things done.
But I don’t always do them with joy and excitement.Continue reading “295 and other milestones”
My ballot came, right on time, as requested.
I had it filled out, checked twice for accuracy, and sealed up for return the same day.Continue reading “Important mail arrives”
My fantastic blessing of a BIL came by of a Friday evening to power wash my place.Continue reading “Power wash”
As soon as the work day was over, I masked up, threw on shoes, remembered keys (woot, another disaster averted), grabbed the recycling to go out, and began the trek to mom and dad’s.Continue reading “Wet”