My New Roommate

If you are friends with me on Facebook or follow me on Instagram or Twitter then you already know, but for the few who may not have heard, there is a new addition… Continue reading

7 months

This week marks seven months post surgery. Sometimes it seems like yesterday and sometimes it seems like forever ago. I so vividly remember so many details, but luckily some things like the memories… Continue reading

Happy’s 5000–my first post surgery 5K

If you are a runner in Baton Rouge, then you’ve most likely attended the Happy’s 5000 road race as it draws close to 1000 runners. Being a night race downtown on the weekend,… Continue reading

Rocketchix Race Report: All About the Finish Line

Saturday my coach asked me if he knew I was doing the race today. I said, “remember when I texted you about it and told you I was going to wear the gopro… Continue reading

Compare and Contrast

I know I already posted the pic of my x-ray from last week, but I didn’t realize just how much things had progressed until yesterday when my PT and I compared it with… Continue reading

Connections

Something really cool happened this week. As you may have figured out from some of the things I’ve written, the road that I have been down with this bone tumor has been a… Continue reading

Learning to wait

I have learned a lot about patience and waiting in the past six months, not by choice mind you. But like many great lessons in life, these were learned because the path I… Continue reading

Galveston 70.3 Relay Race Report

My very first 70.3 experience I was supposed to swim, Megan was supposed to bike and Megan was going to run. I got a call the day we were going down to packet… Continue reading

Six Months

Today marks six months since the surgery I had to remove the giant cell tumor from my femur. It’s quite surreal. I still remember that day very vividly, in fact my life right… Continue reading

Excited in Galveston

Six months ago I was getting ready to have surgery to remove the tumor from my femur in two days…right now I am packing my transition bag for my first triathlon since my… Continue reading