- I get to be in the same publication as Jessica Lebos (author of Yo, Yenta – go there now!)
- Two loves – writing and running – converge
- I get to meet new folks in the community and give love to the runner family
- I am learning a lot
- I get to offset some of my race fees
- Did I mention Jessica Lebos?
The column, after much Facebook and editor discussion, has been bestowed the moniker More Than Miles. I like it. There is a whole blog post just discussing that. As for now, let’s just take a look at the first installation.
It’s not simply health, wellness, and mommy gets her sexy back.
It is more than one vegan woman and her barefoot running shoes.
The running community has discovered a whole new level of mettle hidden amidst the traditional spectator favorites. They can tap into it, explore it, and build relationships through it. There is a story of growth here in the South. There is a wealth of community, social responsibility, personal challenge, human spirit, camaraderie, strength, and kindness.
If nothing else, I hope to convey, in some small way, regardless of profiles, accolades, races, or routes, we would still run.
You can read the full article here.
Dan is a fellow minimalist runner with a maximist heart. He consistently combines his sport with charity and community work. From Rails to Trails to Liam’s Land, Dan is always working to keeping running fresh and creating ways for us to be a positive influence on society.
Victoria is largely responsible for my love of Ultra Running. She introduced me to Tim Waz of Lowcountry Ultras and invited me to volunteer at Cremator 2012. It would be the day I caught the crazy. God Bless Victoria for all the trouble she has caused, she has never failed to follow through. She is always there, smiling, encouraging supporting, educating promoting. And she is a damn fine runner to boot!
In case you missed it – and I don’t see how that is possible – Dreena Burton loves me and she gave me a copy of her eBook to give away. I have already had the chance to cook up a few of these Plant Powered 15 and they did not disappoint. Even for the omni, these recipes do great for Meatless Monday, Fish Stick Fridays (for my Catholic family), or just side additions. If you are curious, this eCookbook is a great place to start.
And Tina Hein will have the chance to do just that!! Congratulations to Tina!! She is he first TTSW Winner. I will be sending Plant Powered 15 right over! Let us know how it goes!!
Take some time today and click thorough to some of the links above. I would love to know what you think, what you would like to hear more about, and any article ideas you may have!!