Cookie’s Song

I’m a rather prolific blogger today, so just in case you missed it, here’s Part 2 of the OBX Marathon Weekend race report. Today is Thankful Things Thursday and I have no shortage of things to be thankful for. Today I ran the Cooper River Bridge in Charleston for the first time. I’ve had two great runs… Continue reading Cookie’s Song

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“What if you just didn’t run the race?” – The Rock ‘N Roll Savannah Half Marathon Race Report

After my big weeknight out at Saloon on Thursday night, I woke up hurting on Friday morning. I wasn’t packed for Savannah. My life was basically in shambles, which is pretty much the case about half the time. I went home to pack before meeting my mom, who was driving down from North Carolina on… Continue reading “What if you just didn’t run the race?” – The Rock ‘N Roll Savannah Half Marathon Race Report

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They say you always remember your first time – The ING Georgia Marathon Race Report. | The T-Rex Runner

Posted by Trexrunner I ran my first marathon on March 21, 2010. It was the best day of my life. For a little background, I decided to become a runner because I thought they looked cool. Literally, that’s the entire reason. I didn’t start really sticking with it until October 2009. Stresses in my personal… Continue reading They say you always remember your first time – The ING Georgia Marathon Race Report. | The T-Rex Runner

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I am many things, T-Rex included.

I am many things. I guess I’ve always known that, but over the past year, I feel like I’ve discovered something new about myself every day. Last week, for example, I discovered that I strongly resemble a Tyrannosaurus Rex. That’s right. Scrawny, generally useless upper body. Giant T-Rex legs. It is, I like to think,… Continue reading I am many things, T-Rex included.

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