Tag Archives: persistence

El Camino: Pamplona to Puente la Reina

Today’s trek:  Pamplona to Puente la Reina There’s a certain kind of comfort in putting on hiking boots even though the day before you couldn’t wait to get them off. The protection these boots provide is wonderful. But they are … Continue reading

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In Sickness and In Health

I wonder if I have become immobilized by fear. I haven’t been able to run since mid August 2017. That is the first time I actually typed out that date and now it sits here on the page, staring me … Continue reading

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@AbuelaAfuera

I am so grateful to be able to share my voice about getting people of color outside, especially when they go with family, both young and old. Please listen… https://she-explores.com/podcast/abuela-afuera-grandmother-outside/

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I Won’t Back Down

You know, really?! I am for all intents and purposes, 56 years old. Yet today, I was at such a loss for words that all I could say….ok scream…was “asshole” to an old man wearing black spandex biking shorts and … Continue reading

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Dragons Exist

When I was little, President Kennedy and his brother were murdered.  The country cried. I remember listening to my parents complain about the absurdity of the Vietnam War and worry about my uncle who was fighting there.  I have this … Continue reading

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