Running Blonde... - Page 4 of 19 - Linda Jones
Actor, writer, runner, reader, lover of cats & dogs. I narrate books. I have fallen down in every borough.
Actor, writer, runner, reader, lover of cats & dogs. I narrate books. I have fallen down in every borough.
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Running Blonde…

10 Oct And Teaming.

Back to practice tonight, after a day of recording at audible. It was our Wednesday 'quality' workout, and the last big push before we start tapering next week. Which means? Hill repeats. Ohhhhh yeah. Us vs. the cat. I've been really, really tired recently; the stress...

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09 Oct Teeming.

Here's what I love about the farmer's market: it's *alive*. Hugely and vibrantly *alive*. The Union Square farmer's market is one of my favorite things in New York, and I often pass through on my way home from Saturday morning practice. At this time of year...

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29 Sep I will.

This is primarily a running blog, I know, so I'm sticking with that. Because there's nothing bigger. Bear with me. I've been quiet this week, I know. Big things happening and a lot to process. John's dad passed away last Sunday - very suddenly and unexpectedly. He was strong...

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17 Sep Patience

John is the brains of this operation (which makes me brawn? yikes.), so when I asked him Sunday, "light run or stationary bike?" and he said, "bike!," I listened. He's been very patiently listening to me fret and worry about some not insignificant leg...

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13 Sep Columns

Tonight we did column runs. "What is a column run," you might ask. Well, let me tell you. A group of runners lines up single file and begins to run. The runner at the head of the line shouts, "Go!" (or waves an arm, or calls...

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09 Sep Central Park River Running

We were at mile 11 when the skies opened up, and within moments we were soaked through. Only 7 more miles to go. On the bridle trail. No escaping it - a few people ducked under sheltering branches, but the downpour was huge and unrelenting. We...

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08 Sep Facing 18

Thursday night's run was amazing, not for the assignment (hill repeats) necessarily, but for how good it felt. I warmed up on the reservoir, and then tackled the hill with which we start most weekday practices - my nemesis. Four repeats on the gravel trail...

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05 Sep Morning Runs

Got up before the sun and hit the roads before the rains came in this morning. The forecast told me I had until 7:30a(ish), and the sky was foreboding. I wanted to have enough time to put in some miles and still make it back...

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