I went to the Angles & Airwaves show in Dallas on Saturday, September 7. I’ve been dreaming about this night for years without knowing if it would ever happen (again). I absolutely love live music and concerts, but I usually feel alone in the crowd at concerts despite knowing everyone present shares an interest withContinue reading “Angels & Airwaves at House of Blues Dallas — September 7, 2019”
I’m running in the Disney Wine & Dine Half Marathon at Disney World on November 3rd, 2019. This will be my fourth half marathon so far, and I’m hoping to beat my personal record of 2 hours 12 minutes 27 seconds from last winter. This is my very first time raising money through a runContinue reading “Disney Wine & Dine Half Marathon and fundraising”
Race: Run for Mental Health 5K Goal: 28:30 Finish: 30:10
Race: Tunnel Vision 5K Goal: 28:30 Finish: 31:32
Race: Crescent City Classic 10K Goal: Sub 60:00 Finish: 58:19
From 9to5Mac: On Sunday I ran my very first half marathon race equipped with just my Apple Watch and AirPods. Apple Watch Series 3 includes a built-in GPS and optional cellular so you can map your run and wirelessly stream music without strapping an iPhone to your arm. And AirPods, which can play music fromContinue reading “First Half Marathon — December 10, 2017”
I ran my first 10K race on Saturday morning. The experience was a blast. The race was held at one of my favorite places to run — next to the beach and across a bridge and back — so it was a familiar path. Weather was cooler than usual for this time of year: 66º and overcastContinue reading “First 10K Race — May 13, 2017”
I ran in my first organized run on April 1 in Miami. It was a fundraiser 5K run for the local school district so there were a lot of walkers participating for fun, but there were some serious runners in the race as well. We wore bibs that measured our race time, and our performanceContinue reading “My first organized run (and a few personal bests)”
It’s supposed to be safe to announce at this point so we have. Rory Carter Hall, coming this September.
What do you think about when you run? This question is something I’ve thought about while running recently.