Newlyweds in a Pandemic: A Reflection

To add to the ever-growing echo on the interwebs, 2020 was a year unlike anyone could have imagined. When Connor and I got married, we had no idea that barely 4 months later—and en route back to the United States from our honeymoon in New Zealand—we'd be entering into a weeks-long stay-at-home order and working... Continue Reading →

And Yet, Here We Are

Four months ago, Connor and I were enjoying the last few days of our honeymoon in New Zealand (more on that later), watching news about the quickly spreading coronavirus, knowing that we'd be heading back to the states in the midst of a global pandemic. Little did we know that our last day in the... Continue Reading →

The Great Golden Spinal Fusion-versary

Today is my back’s “golden birthday”. Nineteen years ago today on February 19, 2001, my life changed forever. Hello, stainless steel surgical rods, meet my scoliotic-ridden spine, of which you’re about to become intimately familiar. I’ve shared my back story many times over the years, from here on my blog to the Children’s Hospital of... Continue Reading →

Top Reads of 2019

Since starting a job in the city two years ago, I’ve become a ferocious reader. I often read while I’m on the subway, easily able to get lost in whatever story I happen to dive into. I've mastered the art of subway standing (sometimes it feels like a weird form of surfing) and not hanging... Continue Reading →

My New Favorite Disney Essentials

The fiancé and I went to Walt Disney World at the end of April - no running this time! We actually went purely for vacation (what an enjoyable change of pace)! The last time I was at Walt Disney World for the International Flower and Garden festival was when I was a 20-year-old on the... Continue Reading →

26.2 Thoughts After 26.2 Miles

We did it - Connor and I are marathoners! With more than 17 weeks of training under our (hydration) belts, we trekked 26.2 miles through New York City's five boroughs on a beautiful Sunday afternoon. Many thoughts float in and out of one's head on race day, particularly when that race happens to be your... Continue Reading →

What’s Beyond That Line?

Will I cross that line? Well, this is it. After 17 weeks of training, this Sunday Connor and I take on the TCS NYC Marathon. Twenty-six point two miles through the five boroughs of New York City. It’s been 17 weeks of early mornings. Marathon training waits for no one. Alarms noisily woke us at... Continue Reading →

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