Month: June 2013

Hot Time in the Old Town

The word is out. It’ll be hot tomorrow. The advisory from the Event Alert System has the event listed as red – potentially dangerous. They’re advising people not to attempt a PR. But I WANT a PR! I mean, of course I will be safe, and listen to my body, but can it really be…

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What have I done?

Oh boy. Oh boy…. In January of 2014 at the Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend, not only am I running the inaugural Minnie Mouse 10K, but I’ll also be running my first marathon as a part of this: Source:here So for those keeping track at home, that’s 10K on Friday, a Half Marathon on Saturday…

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Boston, still strong

Although we have walked past the sites of the Boston Marathon bombings many times in our travels through the city, running errands, finding free wifi, scarfing “non-ship” food, we had not yet taken the time yet to visit the memorial. It never felt right to stop and spend the time when that time would be…

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10 Miles in Bermuda

This week we added a little more sight-seeing in our run. There used to be a railway that ran almost all the way from one end of the island to the other, connecting people and goods along the 22 mile span of the colonial paradise. The railway is long gone, but the Bermudans made good…

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The Bitter Pill

As a ship dweller, we have little control over the quality of food that we eat. Yes, there is a salad bar, but there are truly only so many days you can eat lettuce, tomato and cucumber and call it a ‘salad’.So this brings me to the idea of vitamins.I know I should be taking…

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A New Page

This week marks a new chapter in my quest for fitness. Wait, this looks better… My Quest for Fitness Last week, after 90 days of sweat, frustration and eventually something resembling ‘pride’, we bid a fond farewell to Tony Horton and his Merry Band of Sadists (Shut UP, Dreya. No one cares how you come…

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