I had the opportunity to watch the US Women's National Team play in two group matches versus Sweden and Spain and a quarterfinal game against France. My brother-in-law had gotten these tickets months in advance for a really decent price (around $30-$40!) so there was no excuse not to go! Side note: these tickets ended … Continue reading the women’s world cup 2019
On November 4th, 2018 I ran my first marathon. After months of training, it seemed hard to imagine that it all came down to just a few hours. I couldn't have asked for better weather that day or a better support system. I ran with Fred's Team - a group affiliated with Memorial Sloan Kettering … Continue reading 26.2 miles and a “few” months later…
It's January 24th and not to brag or anything, but I've already accomplished one of my goals for 2018. It was a trip (I almost wrote spontaneous, but it was not) to Portland, OR - a place I had never been to before. I think I'm still digesting just how different it was from any … Continue reading a visit to “puddletown”
It's no secret that I've attempted to start blogging several times over the years. As a result, my writing is in all different places and about all sorts of different things. I stumbled across this post from June 17, 2015 (almost a year to my first NYC moveaversary). It was a nice reminder that I'm … Continue reading a post from 2015 anita
The lottery for the NYC Marathon opened up today and it's real guys, I'M IN! Through New York Road Runners, I was able to participate in 9 races (I think I ended up doing a total of 15 races) and volunteered at 1 race in order to guarantee my entry. I signed into NYRR.org like … Continue reading it’s official!