A few days ago, I read a Facebook post by a good friend and photographer, David DuChemin. David writes, “What if art has always been, in some deeply human way, cathartic for us? What if we used art as a way to respond to the heartache and the fear and the thoughts and emotions we… Continue reading Release
What. A. Day!!!! I’m tired, I’m sore, and my legs are wobbly. I can’t wait to go to sleep. But before I do, I have to get my thoughts out about today so I don’t forget a minute of this amazing day! My day started early with an alarm at 3:30. My stuff was all… Continue reading I’m a Triathlete!
Swim. Bike. Run. Thoughts the night before my first triathlon. There is no doubt that crossing the finish line of a race brings a sense of euphoria. But ask anyone who has trained for and finished a race…the real transformation happens in the training. The journey. Training for anything-whether it be a 5k or a… Continue reading Gotta Tri