I was not blessed with thigh gap. In fact, I was blessed with muscular gymnast thighs from the time I was born.But, unfortunately, like most women, I was insecure with my body because of them. So I ran, with the hopes I could tone them into runner’s legs. I also went through the process of … More I Have No Thigh Gap and I Am Proud Of It!
Nashville, TN April 25, 2015 Finish Time: 1:47:09 AG- 73 A humid day on a hilly course, I will take the humidity over the initial thunderstorms and rain that was predicted. We got lucky and the storms missed us. But first things first, Nashville was a very cool and interesting town. When we arrived into … More Nashville Country Music Half Marathon
In 2013, I lost my family home. I watched my house burn to the ground along with it all of the memories and memorabilia that it held. Clothes, electronics — all of that could be replaced, but the pictures, movies, and favorite toys from my childhood were gone. That event also took my safety. As … More How Running Helped Me Deal With My PTSD
New York, NY March 15th, 2015 Finish Time: 1:45:15 This was by far one of the most well-run races (it is NYRR after all), through NYC with beautiful views of the World Trade Center, Central park and through times square.The Expo was incredibly cool being that the race was sponsored by United Airlines. When you … More New York City Half Marathon