I’ve made my way back to the Oregon Coastal Highway on my virtual walk south.Continue reading “Solo mission NW: Coastal”
I’m slowly making my way down the (virtual) Oregon coast on one of my virtual missions.Continue reading “Solo mission NW: Oregon coast”
Maybe it was the recumbent bike.
Maybe it’s the way I sit all curled up.Continue reading “Wounded knee”
Some people knew about it and started at the beginning of the year. Some people joined later in the year and set themselves a remainder-of-the-year goal. Some people joined whenever, set a year-long goal, and added their cumulative annual miles to it.Continue reading “2020 Virtual Challenge”
For my (now long past) birthday, S entered me into the Baltimore Festival of Running. Mostly because the medal was cool, and she figured I was going to cover the distance anyway.
I did, of course, yes.Continue reading “The medal arrives”
Africa is ginormous, guys. I’ve (virtually) covered more than 350 miles — putting me more than 150 miles behind “target” — and I’m still in Morocco. Not even 2% of the way round.Continue reading “Solo mission impossible: still in Morocco”
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”
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”
… even though I (virtually) passed through Forks, WA.Continue reading “Solo mission NW: No sparkly vampires yet…”