While it was such a great honor to be on Candy O’Terry’s The Story Behind Her Success, but I won’t be declaring success until I cross the finish line of the 2019 Dublin Marathon.
For me, the hardest part of getting started on my active was the fear of failure and looking stupid while I failed.
Running has really been a gift that keeps on giving to me and has enabled me to give to others through fundraising.
I always wonder if I am doing enough today to have my best tomorrow. I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in July of 1999 at age 23.
Starting today I am officially marathon training for the next 209 days of my life. There are 365 days in a year and I have
I have run ten marathons. Number ten was completed three weeks ago, the Honolulu Marathon. (By the way, my new favorite state is Hawaii). I