Who’d a thunk it?

First of all, this song:

This was the first song to come up on my iPod on Saturday when I switched music on at Mile 11. Although it’s not the fastest / upbeat song, it really “spoke to me” – especially these lyrics:

Keep your head up, keep your heart strong
Keep your mind set, keep your hair long
Keep your head up, keep your heart strong
Keep your mind set in your ways
Keep your heart strong

So, yes, if you are looking for a great song to just give you that “boost” – I’d totally recommend this.

Second, I HIT ONE THOUSAND MILES for 2012 on Saturday, with the running of the Baltimore Marathon! Yippee! And along with that, hit my highest mileage week (46 miles). YAY running milestones – what a year it has been so far…

Mileage Chart, Dailymile.

Next up – you may have noticed a lower volume of posting to the blog recently. I am definitely a person that believes in quality over quantity, but at the same time, I love posting here and keeping y’all coming back – so if you were wondering why – it’s simple. I’m writing another blog: Outrunning the Monorail – a blog dedicated to documenting my journey of applying for the Disney Moms Panel – for more on that, take a look over there or drop me a question in the comments 🙂 It’s a side project-esque endeavor, but do not fret, this is still my primary blog.

Outrunning the Monorail on Facebook!

If you are interested in Outrunning the Monorail, I’d be totally stoked if you could “LIKE” it on Facebook here – and it even has its own twitter, here.

Well, that’s all for now folks, but as always, feel free to tweet me or email me 🙂

What’s new with y’all?!

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