I think I can, I think I can…

Hello and Happy day to you!

As many of you know, I just (praise the Lord!) recovered from a minor hamstring injury that forced me to pull out of Rock n’ Roll San Diego.


But! I am back running and haven’t had any problems with my hamstring since.


I do, however, feel as though I have lost some fitness.

Or maybe it is in my head?

Who knows.

I am feeling a little off this week.

So I guess, I am just cha cha-ing?



I have a few races coming up that I am super stoked about.

Napa to Sonoma in 22 days…

and the SF Marathon in 37 days.

So for the time being, I am going to keep chugging along.

You can call me “The Little Engine That Could”.

I am going to focus on the fact that I am actually running…

Β and that I am healed.

I am going to get out of my own damn head…

and just run.

I am going to stop thinking about how the run feels…

and just do it.

Because I CAN DO IT!

It might take time, but I will get back there.


Onward and upward.



Tell me something positive that has happened for you, or to you recently.

Let’s talk about positive things!

As SlackerRunner says, let’s #findyourshiny

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15 thoughts on “I think I can, I think I can…

  1. Kate @ Did That Just Happen? says:

    between being sick and out of town – I’m struggling to get my mileage back up, but I just take it one step at a time! Today I knew it would be (another) short run, but I wanted to get out there anyway, and I did it, and actually had a good pace – so I’ll take that Win! πŸ™‚


  2. Crystal says:

    I had upper jaw dental surgery in Dec, and wasn’t able to run for just over 3 months – I was afraid of what it would be like getting back into running, thinking I would have lost muscle and cardio. I’m happy to report that 11 weeks after I started back into running, I raced in a 10k – was only 2 min off the 10k race I did last September! For me, definitely as much a mental thing as it is physical. Good for you for getting right back on the running horse (so to speak)!


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