Transitions happen throughout life and twice in every triathlon, however, some transitions are more monumental than others. I know that I haven't posted in a long time, but that's because I have been going through a significantly monumental transition. I graduated from the University of Arizona with a Bachelor of Science in Nutritional Sciences/Dietetics. There … Continue reading Transitions
Do you have a recipe or favorite food that no one makes better than your mama? I can think of quite a few. Scrambled eggs for one...don't ask okay, I just can't make them fluffy. Then there is my Mommy's banana bread. There are no words. It's just plain delicious. It is because it is … Continue reading Just like mama makes it…kind of.
When you first type the word "grateful" into a Google search this is what comes up: grate·ful/ˈgrātfəl/ Adjective: Feeling or showing an appreciation of kindness; thankful. Synonyms: thankful - appreciative - beholden It's been a good week since Thanksgiving, but after reading countless facebook statuses on the subject I decided to take a little longer … Continue reading grate·ful
I had started a post after my last race in Dallas with the intention to deliver a full race report, but I never finished it, and probably would not be able to give a very exciting or accurate recall of race day. What I can tell you is that it was freezing! Air temp was … Continue reading Time to Recover
This is post #3 for my English Class! I mean if I have to write them anyways it would be silly not to share them with all of you too! Okay so I know that triathlon still sounds like a foreign country to most of you. The vast quantity and kinds of bikes out there … Continue reading All about the bike…or is it?