A couple of weekends back I traveled to Hell, MI to set out on a hundred mile race in hope to PR my previous two finishes at Run Woodstock Hallucination 100. Leading up to race day I was truly positive that my year of TransRockies Run training would help me reach a new goal. But, Read More

The TransRockies RUN6 is a six-day stage race in the Rocky Mountains in Colorado. So basically a cross-country camp for adults. Yes, where do I register? ūüôā This race has always been on my radar to do but just didn’t line up with our schedule until this year. A friend of my, Erin, asked, Read More

A year ago I said I wouldn’t do this run again but than 2016 has brought on many positive changes and with these¬†changes I wanted a test run. If mother nature agreed then I planned on going back to the Haven-Kal-Haven to see if I can run it faster than last year. Going into, Read More

It seems just like yesterday we found out about our son’s¬†health (read about it here) and how we were going to target a race this year to help raise awareness about IBD (inflammatory bowel disease). I know I have been MIA lately with blog write ups but this past spring/summer has been a roller, Read More

It’s pretty hard to put in words a recap on Sunday’s Borgess Run for the Health of It races as the day was something I’ll never forget. So many amazing stories of individuals that conquered battles throughout the past year to toe the line that day. For me it was bitter-sweet witness my dad,, Read More

With the Kal-Haven Trail Race date being pushed out a bit later this spring it seemed like a perfect opportunity to target a Haven-Kal-Haven Trail Run…aka #redemption time! I tried this adventure last year (read about it here) but unfortunately had to throw in the towel around mile 56 due to a buckled knee.

On March 5th, 2015 our oldest son, Sam (11 years old), was diagnosed with severe Crohn’s Disease (an autoimmune disease). He had been ill for nearly 3 months and lost an incredible amount of weight. We made several visits to our pediatrician looking for answers. After being poked and prodded, braving many blood tests, an endoscopy,, Read More