Monthly Archives: August 2006

Moons and Junes and Ferris Wheels*

I feel like I’m running on empty as I sit and write, feel like I’m lost and alone and have lost hold of the important things in my life, my friends, my family, myself.It’s been a difficult week in that … Continue reading

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I Love Running Too, But Not Like This!

Runner to take on 50 marathons in 50 days.“This fall, the 43-year-old long distance runner will tackle one marathon a day for 50 consecutive days, running a total 1,310 miles in 50 days. And for each 26.2-mile race, Karnazes and … Continue reading

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She Knows Just What I Need

This has been a long and exhausting week (both physically and mentally) for various reasons that I’m not prepared to discuss, but while being stuck on the front desk due to staffing issues, AL showed up with a scoop of … Continue reading

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The Gap Has Closed

Fortunately, it’s not the one at the mall.Frotunately, and more importantly, it’s the gap that was in my teeth, made present when Tooth 41 was so ruthlessly yanked from my mouth at the end of March. I was promised that … Continue reading

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Entering The Single Digits

I was chatting with a colleague today who’s stressing because she’s about to turn 29 and it’s depressing her because it means that’s one year closer to being 30. I’ve tried convincing her that 30’s not that bad for various … Continue reading

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Rejuvenated

The rest of the Halifax photos are here; the majority of them were taken at Crystal Crescent (and include me, Stacy, my mom, Jody, Andy, Alex and Connor), a few with Tay’s family at Rainbow Haven and the last few … Continue reading

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Going Home “All of us have in our veins the exact same percentage of salt in our blood that exists in the ocean, and, therefore, we have salt in our blood, in our sweat, in our tears. We are tied … Continue reading

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