Good Morning Rocky Mountains! One of our summer traditions is to summit one of Colorado's infamous Fourteeners before the kids head back to school. If you are reading this and not from Colorado that means the top of the mountain is over 14,000ft above sea level. We are a little crazy here in Colorado so … Continue reading 14,000ft- Quandary Peak was a doozy
There are reasons I dislike running- I do not derive any joy from of it (There is no runners high here. Ever.)My hip is not a fan.When my hip isn't bitchy, my knee is.I live at altitude. Running at a mile high sucks even more than it does at sea level. I'm sure I could … Continue reading I hate to run, but I do it anyway.
It's been almost two years to the day since I've been back home. The last time I was here, the pandemic was front and center. After wrapping up the crazy school-year and "two weeks to flatten the curve" I needed a change of scenery. On a whim (as I am known to do) I told … Continue reading Home Again
This marks the 8th year (I think? I've lost count to be honest) that I've completed the Memorial Day Murph Workout. For those not in the know "Murph" is a workout done in memory of Lt. Michael Murphy in Crossfit, gym facilities, and military bases around the world usually on Memorial Day (though it's also … Continue reading Murph 2022
I am not a patient person. I do not pretend to be. I am raising two independant and also not very patient children. To my own demise there are moments in which that is a recipe for disaster. This morning felt like one of those moments. My son informed me last night before bed that … Continue reading A lesson in patience