12.31.02 - Washington Resolution Run
01.19.03 - San Diego Marathon
07.13.03 - Tri For Real #2
10.23.05 - Nike Women's Half Marathon
11.23.06 - Sparks Turkey Trot
05.05.07 - Marathon de Mayo (Half)
05.13.07 - Moms on the Run
10.??.07 - Nike Women's Half Marathon
05.10.08 - Moms on the Run
06.21.09 - Pleasanton Spirit 5K
07.29.09 - San Francisco Half Marathon
10.04.09 - SJ Rock 'N Roll Half Marathon
10.18.09 - Nike Women's Half Marathon
11.01.09 - New York Marathon
11.26.09 - Spark's Turkey Trot 10K
02.20.10 - Bay Breeze Half Marathon
03.14.10 - Shamrock 'N Half Marathon
03.21.10 - LA Marathon
03.27.10 - Scheel's Fanatic 5K
04.25.10 - Marin County Half Marathon
05.02.10 - Reno Rock 'N River Half Marathon
06.05.10 - See Jane Run Half Marathon
07.25.10 - San Francisco Half Marathon
09.05.10 - Pier to Peak Half Marathon
10.10.10 - Chicago Marathon
10.30.10 - Healdsburg Half Marathon
11.07.10 - U.S. Half Marathon
11.25.10 - Scheel's Turkey Trot 10K
02.06.11 - Surf City Half Marathon
03.13.11 - Dublin Shamrock 5K
04.18.11 - Boston Marathon
05.01.11 - Big Sur Marathon
06.11.11 - Lake Tahoe Relay
07.31.11 - San Francisco Half Marathon
09.11.11 - Walnut Festival Run 5K
09.18.11 - NorCal Half Marathon
11.24.11 - Scheel's Turkey Trot
12.03.11 - Las Vegas Santa Suit 5K
12.04.11 - Las Vegas Half Marathon
03.11.12 - South Bay Duathlon
03.25.12 - Oakland Half Marathon
05.20.12 - Morgan Hill Sprint Triathlon
06.24.12 - Silicon Valley Intl. Triathlon
07.15.12 - Ironman 70.3 Vineman Triathlon
03.09.13 - Lucky 13 Half Marathon
04.28.13 - Eugene Half Marathon
05.11.13 - Folsom International Triathlon
06.23.13 - Ironman Coeur d'Alene
11.02.13 - Silver Falls Half Marathon
11.15.13 - Mt. Tam Half Marathon
11.28.13 - Scheel's Turkey Trot
5k:19:17 @ Dublin Shamrock 5k 2011
10k: 41:01 @ Scheel's Turkey Trot 2010
Half:1:30:07 @ Oakland Half 2012
Full: 3:31:44 @ Boston Marathon 2011
70.3: 5:20:07 @ Vineman 2012
140.6: 12:14:21 @ Ironman Coeur d'Alene 2013
Tag Archives: work
Hello from Chicago! Have I told you how much I love Chicago? No, well let me tell you now: I FRICKING LOVE CHICAGO.
I may be biased because this is the city where I BQ’d and had the most fantastic vacation with my then soon-to-be husband, but even the second time around I still love this city. It has everything you would want from an urban city, yet it’s big, clean and you feel like you’re on the ocean with the immense lake. People have told me, “Just wait until winter, you won’t love it as much then.” I pretend not to listen.
While on this last leg of my work trip I’ve been working at the Chicago marathon expo. Tomorrow I’ll be at VW’s Mile 8 Tailgate cheering you all on!
Here’s a look at my time in Chicago thus far and GOOD LUCK to everyone racing tomorrow!
This morning I made my way out for a quick five miles on the lakefront path. Not only is it gorgeous, but who needs to site see during the day when you can run and explore? The city is littered with fast and fit runners this time of year and definitely provides the extra motivation to put your running a-game on.
As much as I would love to run all around this city, the fact of the matter is that I still had to work the expo. But a little work didn’t stop me from exploring one of the largest expos I’ve ever seen. Brooks had a genius event display and I even won a free pair of shoes! But more on that next week…
Just chillin’ with my peeps.
Silly, Ryan. He told me he doesn’t like looking straight into cameras. I also met Hal Higdon and Dean Karnazes but their photos? Not so hot.
As is mandatory for any trip to Chicago, I indulged in the equivalent of crack for any twenty-something woman; however, I won’t divulge the exact number of cupcakes consumed.
I’m off to make the most of the evening before I have to hit the sack and prepare my vocal cords for pure obliteration via race cheering tomorrow.
Happy Running and GOOD LUCK!
Tonight, I came back from dinner to some shocking and sad news. Rest in peace, Steve Jobs, and thanks for the continued inspiration and innovation that will forever change the world.
“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma — which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.”
With that in mind, the scent of change is in the air…but more on that later (oh the anticipation)!
In the meantime, let’s talk travel some more. I’m now in Boston and have already come to love the city more than I did when I visited the first time. Here’s a look at my first day in Boston as told through my iPhone:
Well hello, Mr. Washington.
The Citgo sign! Last time I saw this I was on my way to finishing an infamous 26.2.
Running along the Charles River.
I ordered a slice for lunch- as in a singular slice. The pizza here is ginormous!
(And seriously, tell me what you are up to!)