I had an entirely different post planned for today. There are still a few days of the Hawai’i adventure we need to get through, and much, much… Read more “A Thank-You Letter to Volunteers from Drew Dinan”
Many people assume that running long distances must be somewhat boring (if suffering from constant pain can be called boring, that is). You have only your own… Read more ““What Do You Think About When Running That Far?” + My Cool Moon Hallucinations”
Last week, I wrote and published a post called “Cool Moon 50-Miler: I Hallucinated, I Ached, And I Threw Up Blood. But I Finished.” But that’s not… Read more “You Can Do It, Even if You Think You Can’t. (And Not for the Stereotypical Reasons You Might Be Thinking About.)”
“Because your phone might die, write my number on your arm. You might lose a piece of paper, but you’re not going to lose your arm… most… Read more “That One Idiotic Friend We All Need”
If you want to read a little intro on how this series came to be, you can do so by clicking HERE 🙂 More thoughts that run… Read more “Running Diary (Vol IV)”
My body, objectively speaking, is not a runner’s body. I was born wrong. By the time other kids were crawling, I was pushing myself on my butt.… Read more “A Runner’s Body”
There are plenty of things that are amazing about running: Nutella sandwiches with bananas in them. Dogs running towards me on the trail, wagging their tails and… Read more “Why I Really Keep Running”
To see the dawn from the top of a mountain is to witness the birth of Time. I’ve seen my fair share of sunrises, and even though… Read more “The Birth of Time | An Early-Morning Run Up Mt Tamalpais”
Hello everyone, this is the video version of my earlier post about wht a typical day in my life as an aid station volunteer looks like.
(This totally didn’t take me two weeks longer to make than I anticipated, nu-uh.)
I hope you’ll enjoy it!
This is a poem about running. This is a poem about so much more… I decided to give a try to reading my poetry and making videos… Read more “I Ran. | Poetry Reading”