Egg McMuffin…you have been replaced!

While cruising pinterest, I found a recipe I wanted to try (I know, surprise!) for a breakfast “muffin”(Original article/recipe here).  Basically, it’s a delicious egg-white omelet made into the perfect hand-held breakfast or anytime snack.  For this batch, I tossed some chopped up mushrooms, red pepper, and green onion and two morningstar farms hot & […]

Balancing Boxing with Ballet

I love going to Title to feel fierce.  But it’s also nice to feel graceful and beautiful too.  So for that, I take ballet at the Lawrence Arts Center.  I took Ballet as a child at the Lawrence School of Ballet and loved it.  Sometime in Junior High, I discovered boys.  Well, I’m sure I […]

Happy Anniversary to me….not the diamond ring kind, the BOXING ring!

January 12 marked the one year anniversary of my first visit to Title Boxing Club in Lawrence.  I had driven by the place a few times and always thought it would be interesting to try.  So, when it was so icy outside (it was that ONE cold snap we had last year) that I couldn’t […]

Proud Mama – Daphne’s first 5K, and first medal!

On Thursday, we all participated in the annual runlawrence.org Thanksgiving Day 5K.  Daphne and I ran, David & Sophie walked and Mom & Missy cheered.  The weather was beautiful that morning, and the nearly 1200 runners that showed up were proof!  As one of the faster runners on the field, I started toward the beginning. […]

not just a runner, but a DISTANCE runner….(how I became a runner part 5)

At the beginning of 2012, I decided to look beyond 5K races.  I had talked about doing a 10K several times in the past, and in April, Lawrence would host the Kansas Half Marathon/10K/5K.  I decided to do the 10K.  Then I looked at the website and noticed that people doing the half marathon would […]

Finding the right inspiration…(how i became a runner part 4)

2011 was a big year for my running.  Firstly, I quit smoking once and for all on New Years Day.  That had a big impact…initially it was a negative one, actually, but paid off in the long run.  I’d quit so many times before, for a variety of reasons, and it had never really worked. […]