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Race Review: Gobbler Grind

The Gobbler Grind is the second race in the Harvest Half Series, and is held in Overland Park, KS. My goal was to finish better than the previous week’s Kansas Half Marathon. The packet pickup was held at the Scheels sporting goods store, which is now my favorite store. I wasn’t able to see any […]

Race Review – Kansas Half Marathon

I have decided that the half marathon is my distance of choice. It is long enough to be worth the entry price, and yet challenging enough not to be considered a “walk in the park”. Since I spend a lot of time looking around at half marathons, I’ve come across a few different clubs that […]

Race Review: Prairie Fire Marathon

I had two running goals coming into 2016. The first was to run over 1,200 miles for the year, which is a mark I will pass during tomorrow’s race. The other goal was to take on a new challenge. My choices were between an obstacle race or a marathon. I decided on the 26.2 mostly […]

Running for a Purpose: Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

Stepping out on the road is its own reward. The fresh air, the accomplishment, knowing you’re making yourself better, and being a part of one of the biggest communities out there. Though now and then we look to give more of ourselves to the world. For most of us that means running in the name of […]

The Hike: First Fight as a Married Couple

Meghan and I haven’t been married for decades, so we’re not going to try to give out a bunch of unsolicited advice. I do believe, however, that all couples would agree on one item…..Never argue on the side of a mountain, in the middle of a thunderstorm, while on your honeymoon. Surely we aren’t the […]

Race Review: Officer’s Down 5k

As a runner that participates in races, we continually see Police Officers helping with traffic to keep us safe. Being a Police Officer is one of the most dangerous jobs you can have. It takes a selfless, caring, and extremely brave soul to put themselves in the constant line of unknown dangers. We citizens tend […]

Baked Breakfast- Cinnamon Roll Bake

Monday July 4th we celebrated Independence Day playing golf at a nearby golf course but before we headed out a round of family fun we made a delicious breakfast that I wanted to share with you. Thank you to www.sixsisterstuff.com  for sharing this delicious and easy to make recipe. This was a great recipe to make for […]

Gluten Free Biscuits 

Saturday mornings are our time to make a nice breakfast or brunch that involves a little more than grabbing for a bowl, and spoon and adding milk to cereal. I always look forward to our Saturday Morning Breakfasts together. It’s an opportunity to make a fun, new recipe in the company of my husband and […]

Taco Calzones 

As shared in our previous posts, we are always on the run so dinner recipes need to be easy and quick. Last week we made these delicious Taco Calzones from www.diaryofarecipecollector.com. Thank you to Jaren for sharing this super easy recipe with us, as we will make again. To make this you all need the following […]

 Cheesecake Fruit Salad

In celebration of the 4th of July, I thought I would share one of my favorite summer recipes to incorporate red, white, and blue. We found this cheesecake fruit salad from www.thereceipecritic.com. The one slight modification I made was making this sugar free by using Truvia. My husband and I love this fruit salad.  To make this you […]