Four Seconds from Boston

One regular man's journey to the Boston Marathon

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Pittsburgh Penguins

What a Ride!

Sunday, June 18, 2017 Really, it all started like a cool winter breeze. The calm before the storm if you will. When I look back on it all, it seems impossible. It’s not the least bit funny, but the entire… Continue Reading →

A Brush With Greatness

Monday, October 17, 2016 Yesterday I capped off a very tiresome weekend by running the Mario Lemieux & Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation 6.6k race (roughly 4.1 miles) through the streets of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  It was the middle length and second test… Continue Reading →

Fanaticism

Wednesday, June 8, 2016 Why do we love sports?  Why do we get so emotionally invested in our teams?  Why do some people get it and others don’t?  I suppose you could remove the word “sports” and “teams” above and… Continue Reading →

My Cup Runneth Over

Monday, June 6, 2016 With all due discretion to my personal religious beliefs, I borrow for the sake of this post the continuation and next part of one of my favorite bible verses.  Most everyone should at least be familiar… Continue Reading →

Frozen Footprints

Tuesday, January 26, 2016 Talk about a change of plans!  Heading into last weekend, my plans were to drive back to Pennsylvania and have dinner with my parents on Friday night, attend the Pittsburgh Penguins hockey game with a friend… Continue Reading →

A Whole Lotta Random

Tuesday, October 13, 2015 On this, the second-to-last Tuesday of training I have a bunch of seemingly unrelated randomness to share.  Perhaps it’s writer’s block, after coming up with topics for the better part of 100 consecutive days, or perhaps… Continue Reading →

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