Monthly Archives: July 2012

Training includes Tapering

Three days from now I will be finished with a current goal that ends with 26.2 miles on the streets, bridge, hills and park in San Francisco. Following a training plan has been helpful.  The last 10 days have been … Continue reading

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The Marathon Playlist

I run alone. Even at the gym on the dreamil, I am aware but uninvolved with what goes on around me.  I have a busy house full of teenagers.  When they want to isolate they put their earbuds in. So … Continue reading

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Counting down to Count Up

8 days and counting.  D-day arrives July 29 at 5:30 am. It will be dark. It will be cool. My first 26.2 consecutive miles run will be the San Francisco Marathon 2012. I completed the first half in 2010. Last … Continue reading

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Worship from here

A worship leader’s job, to lead people through not to their position. The struggle with desiring to be noticed (being effective and admired) and being satisfied is a balance of tensions. “And I throw my hands up in the air … Continue reading

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The Outfit

Part of preparation for a race                                                                     … Continue reading

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Happiness is a project?

A new bike!                        It was our month-a-versary. So we celebrated and bought our new 12 year old foster child a bike. The one he wanted (not a road bike … Continue reading

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