2017 was a challenging year for our family. Many days were full of doctor’s appointments and hours on the road getting to and from. Lot’s of paperwork to convince the Air Force to move us and then the move itself. We persevered though and made it to 2018. Hallelujah! On a personal level, 2017 was
18 years. Today marks 18 years of marriage to my best friend. 18 years ago, I would have said that love is flowers and dinners out. Holding hands and romantic dates. Gifts and love notes. It is all that, but it is so much more. It is clean windshields and full tanks of gas. It
“A hero is someone who has given his or her life to something bigger than oneself” -Joseph Campbell 18 years ago, I kissed a guy goodbye and watched as the bus drove him away to one of his greatest life adventures. And challenges. 18 years ago, I cried the first tears of many. Tears of
Our household finally got some good news recently! It looks like Bryan will be moving to a new job in the group (squadron—>group–>wing–>etc) very soon! He is super excited about it and I am excited about the lower chance of 0315 shows. Those sure are fun when you live 45 minutes away! I’m not 100%
We leave for Hawaii on Wednesday y’all. Nothing is packed and my house is a disaster zone. Breathe, Lacey. I finally got my main 2017 race schedule ironed out and paid for. So far, there is one local race and three travel races. I’ll probably pick up a couple more local races along the
Thirteen Things I Am Looking Forward To In 2017 1. Heading back to college. 2. Jacey taking driver’s ed and getting her license. I think!? 3. The Alamo 13.1 Half Marathon and a weekend in San Antonio. I’m having Texas withdrawals. 4. Hitting 2 years until retirement! 5. Getting stronger. 6. Celebrating 18 years of
I thought it only appropriate that on this 1 year anniversary of running my very first half marathon, that I finally get the race report written. Better late than never, right? Last fall, on a whim, I entered a blog contest for a race entry over on Enjoying The Course. I didn’t give it much
Yes, this report is REEEEAAAALLLLY late. Cut me some slack okay, life is CRRRAAAAAZZZY! :-) Last year, Bryan and I decided to run a race together and it just so happened that the ET Full Moon was within a couple of days of my 1 year post-chemo anniversary (yes, cancer patients celebrate ALL the anniversaries).
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