Phew, I’m home from California, arriving home this morning bright and early on the red eye. I swear, I used to have no problem taking the red eye flight but now, I can’t do it. I have a hard time sleeping and don’t bounce back easily the next day.
Since I was on a business trip and stuck inside a conference room for a few days, I didn’t have a chance to read that many posts. But there were a couple of great posts that did stick out in my mind.
Marathon Recap – The Bad
Running a marathon was one of the hardest things I’ve ever done. Krysten is an incredible woman who has been on an incredible journey this year and has worked so hard for her health. She ran her first marathon over the weekend and she write poignantly about the “Bad” of the race.
Questions about Lance Armstrong
I don’t even know what to think about the whole Lance Armstrong thing. Disappointed is one way to put it. I believed in his story and the hope that his story inspired in people – those living and battling cancer as well as athletes around the world. I guess that’s the part that stings the most. Pavement Runner brings up some great questions. Hop over and join in on the discussion.
I am a domesticator
Expectations are a funny thing. I really loved this open and honest post from Michele about how her life path changed over the years. Now, she’s found herself in a place where she’s happiest.
Interview with Tyler Breur of Smash
This is a great interview that York Surf conducted with Tyler Breur, someone who is intimately tied to the New York surf scene. It’s interesting to read about how the surf scene has evolved over the years as well as his thoughts on where NY surfing is headed.
Then there are these three posts from Alison, Galit and Tracy which really boil down the essence of the monthly Memories Captured linky. Every month, Alison and Galit encourage us to capture the memories in our lives and to celebrate them. These posts are simply stunning.
Are you ready for the weekend? Do you have plans for Halloween?
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