I can. I will. I did! – IRONMAN Chattanooga race report #imchoo

I’ve put if off long enough… time to get to writing the #IMCHOO race report. Not putting it off because of lack of desire to share the story, but it’s really hard to… Continue reading

Ironman Prep…harder than training!

If the training for an Ironman doesn’t kill you, the packing for it just might. Just as you think you are ready, you are then expected to pack what been strewn about your… Continue reading

6 more days

6 more days… And just in time I have gotten some great news from Emory–they have the link set up to give! Just to let you know a bit more about what you… Continue reading

I am prepared

This has been my the pic on my locked iPhone screen since my trip to Alaska this summer. When I was in Alaska, I went down a zipline with my brother in law… Continue reading

It’s not broken

I have had a lot of pain in my foot this past week. It all started during #longrunthursday last week. During part two of the run, I started feeling some pain in the… Continue reading

11 months

Sunday marked 11 months since my surgery–hard to believe it’s been that long. Sometimes it seems like yesterday and other times it seems like a distant memory. I marked the anniversary with a 100… Continue reading

Take That Tumor

I have struggled to make meaning of the events of the past year. At this time last year I was training for my first Ironman race which was to be Ironman Florida on… Continue reading

Why Tri

Been an interesting couple of weeks for me on my road to the Ironman. I felt really good after our trip up to Chattanooga to preview the course (read more about that trip… Continue reading

Happy Birthday, Annie!

Wishing a sweet happy birthday to my new roommate and buddy in life, Annie! Hope you have enjoyed the last couple of months just as much as I have! Seriously not sure how… Continue reading

They could have made it harder

My IMCHOO Training camp recap Being a flat lander, I have been getting increasingly worried about Ironman Chattanooga as it has been approaching. I started riding in our local hills early in the… Continue reading