Monthly Archives: September 2011

Book Review: Once a Runner

Tuesday night I finished reading John L. Parker, Jr.’s Once a Runner. This is a book I’m certain I bought two years ago in one of my massive book buying binges, but was hiding someplace in box in New Jersey. … Continue reading

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Brian Honan 5K, Friends, Burgers, and Fries.

Today I ran the Brian Honan 5K.  This race started at noon, which, given how warm this early Boston autumn has been felt likea  start.  I did a warm up run from my apartment over to the starting line located … Continue reading

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Officially Official! American Liver Foundation’s Run for Research Marathon Team!

It’s officially official!  I will be running the Boston Marathon on behalf of the American Liver Foundation!  I was accepted to their team on Thursday.  I am truly honored to be on the Run for Research Team and look forward … Continue reading

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Sweet Home Lake Hopatcong: Lara and Peter’s Wedding Weekend!

Well, I just got back to Boston from my sister’s wedding weekend in New Jersey.  It was a whirlwind weekend of activity and emotions, but it was incredible.  The wedding was as perfect as it was elegant and so infused … Continue reading

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Jump up jump up and get down! Plyometrics

I love jumping over things.  I love jumping on to things.   I have loved doing this ever since I was a little kid.  Where I grew up in New Jersey we had a fairly large back yard.  Starting at an … Continue reading

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Say, do you remember dancing in September?

Yesterday I applied for to run on behalf of a charity for the Boston Marathon.  I don’t want to jinx the application process.  So as soon as I hear back from them I will pass along all the details to … Continue reading

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Why are there no water fountains? 9/11 Run

Today officially began my training for the marathon.  Just over one month ago I ran the Providence Half Marathon.  But since then I really haven’t run all that much.  Armed with that knowledge weighing me down and on the verge … Continue reading

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