Are you afraid to call yourself a runner? Maybe you put in the miles but still think you're not enough. As a woman, own your power as a mother runner. You are strong despite what society tells you. Get out and go get 'em you mother runner!
I grew up on the Atlantic Ocean on the Africa side in a small but important country called Liberia. This land became independent in 1847, run by freed people of color and former slaves. A small but fiercely independent country, Liberia is a mix of the New World transplants and indigenous people. I lived in … Continue reading The Atlantic Ocean
Frangipani flower (Plumeria alba) My first clear memories of loving the outdoors were at age 5. We were living in Monrovia, Liberia (West Africa). Our home was surrounded by tropical fruit trees including a huge almond tree and Frangipani trees. Ever the early morning riser, I'd be outside climbing and playing princess in those trees. … Continue reading My lifelong outdoors journey
I didn't want to hike. I was OVER Fall before it began this year. Strange for me as Fall is usually the most favorite season of mine. I love the crisp air and wondrous smell of decaying leaves alongside the most brilliant of colors. This year I found myself staring at the leaves changing, seeing … Continue reading Fall Hike Ruminations