A few minutes after the finish line, and I’m still alive!!
I know, I know. I have not posted a darn thing of interest all month. But things have been a little more hectic than usual between all the bases being covered. But two great things to report
1 – I started seriously writing my next book, which will be YA/Middle Grade with a working title of ‘Don’t Call Me Poundcake.” More details this weekend. I am very ready to start this new writing adventure and can’t wait to share it with you all.
2 – I finished my first 5K Race this past July 3rd at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro Massachusetts, home of the New England Patriots, and now, me. I almost croaked in the pounding 90 degree heat as we ran around the stadium, up every ramp and then down every ramp in the darn thing, but I made it, thanks to these 49-year-old legs and tons of support from all of my friends and family. Here is a survival pick of Jeremy and me after the race.
Love to All and I will be catching up with my blog posting and reading this weekend.
Finding this blog post is the best way I can think of to end Labor Day 2012. A terrible slice of our country’s history, and one we’ve learned from, though many countries still have not caught on. Takes “Suffer the little children” too close to home- especially for New Englanders.
Check out the photos- this is just really well done.