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Three Weeks Later

Three Weeks Later

Motivation where are you? I have still had no motivation or desire to go on a run. I know I’ve mentioned this before, but I’m that type of runner that needs something to train towards. Even if I know that my marathon training is going to start in 4 months, it still is something that …

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Up the Hill | Runner Problems

Up the Hill | Runner Problems

  Back at it I’ve been running again consecutively after having 3 weeks off at the end of 2017 and the beginning of the year. (Which is also why you haven’t seen a running post lately). With traveling for family events and my miscarriage, running just didn’t happen. I probably should have gotten out there …

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It’s Gone!

It’s Gone!

After a month of delays that kept coming, our house finally closed yesterday! It was a rough ride especially for me. I spend my days at my parent’s house just thinking about our current life and all that has gone on. I don’t see my friends since they are miles away, Brent is away at …

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Thanksgiving in a new land

Thanksgiving in a new land

We spent our first Thanksgiving in the PNW and it was a beautiful light rainy day. I don’t think I have ever spent a Thanksgiving away from my sister, so this year was hard. We normally start our day by heading outside to participate¬†in the local Huffing for Stuffing race. Since Elijah came early last …

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Finding Our Bearing

Finding Our Bearing

We’ve been here a week now, the U-Haul has been returned, the storage unit filled, bags unpacked and a few days of work under my belt. I’ve been getting used to the commute, but I think with views like this, I’ll come to enjoy this part of my day. The first days of my new …

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Leaving Bozeman

Leaving Bozeman

I started saying goodbye to Bozeman back in July when Brent actively started applying for jobs around the Pacific Northwest. Now, it has always been a dream of ours to leave Bozeman. I wanted an adventure. I had only ever moved from the northern part of Montana down to the Gallatin Valley with my parents …

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