Tagged with running

Surviving The Inversion And A Treadmill

Surviving The Inversion And A Treadmill

Here on the western side of the Rocky Mountains we may not be socked-in with as much snow as the East Coast, but we are “buried” in our own version of winter blues. The dreaded “Inversion” [lung-crushing-toxic-smog] is once again trapped in our mountain-locked valleys due to inverted temperatures. Northern Utah has a major air quality problem in the winter. It is often more unhealthy to … Continue reading

St. George Half Marathon 2016

St. George Half Marathon 2016

Last weekend Mr. Mo and I took a road trip to sunny St. George, Utah (about a 4 ½ hour drive south of home) – for the purpose of rising bright and early Saturday morning to run the St. George Half Marathon. Thirteen point one miles. Yep, this is what we do for fun. In fact, we’ve been conquering one race per month … Continue reading

Resolution To Run

Resolution To Run

Chances are, a lot of you have set some new fitness Resolutions. Great, me too! I have always loved to run [or jog, or walk fast]. I prefer being outside on roads and trails, not inside on a hamster wheel. Mr. Mo and I have been running at least one race event per month together for … Continue reading

Good Things To Share!

Good Things To Share!

There’s so many good things to share! This past week’s theme has been about exercising my body, mind, and soul. Sometimes we just need to focus on doing small good things each day. It all adds up. Suddenly, we are looking at our lives and realizing there’s so much to celebrate! Continue reading

Oh Yeah, That’s Why I Love To Run!

Oh Yeah, That’s Why I Love To Run!

This Saturday I’m going to attempt another Half Marathon! It’s not my first, and – hopefully! – it won’t be my last. Mr. Mo and I have made running one race a month our little “hobby”. But, I haven’t been preparing & training as well as I should for this one. I’ve been procrastinating going … Continue reading

Living Isaiah 40:31- Our Miracle

Living Isaiah 40:31- Our Miracle

Today marks day 10 of hospitalization in Neuro Rehab for Daughter A. Fifteen days ago she was suddenly unable to walk or move her legs. After ruling out all the major scary stuff that could be causing it, the doctors determined that the pathway between her brain signals and her legs was “blocked”, and would … Continue reading