I’m working on being more consistent with posting again. I know I say this every time I post; I promise I’ll get better! 712 more words
I feel like time is flying! Less than 100 days until the Boston Marathon! Week 4 of training went well. I recovered from the flu and was still on vacation from work, as Odin was on school holiday still and we don’t have daycare for him because I work from home (I drop him off and pick him up from school everyday). 471 more words
2016 was actually a really good year over here. From family, work, running and life in general, all areas of my life saw growth and positive experience in 2016, with my running injury (sprained SI joint) probably being the only downside – and even that had a silver lining: learning how to recover when running higher mileage, learning more about my body and what it needs to sustain running at faster speeds, understanding my body after having 2 kids, the list goes on…. 647 more words
On Saturday November 5th, I participated in the Cookie Run 10k, hosted by Run Ottawa. I planned on packing it in on the racing from after the Fall Colours 1/2 Marathon on October 9th, which was my ‘redemption race’ for the Army Run 1/2 marathon, when I struggled through most of the race and didn’t achieve a goal I knew I was capable of. 677 more words
Born: May 14, 1946 in Sudbury, Ont.
Died: Feb. 23, 2016 in Ottawa
By Christine McKinty
Terry McKinty, who died in Ottawa on Feb. 928 more words