On a day when I was losing all faith in humanity, an orange sign restored it—at least a little bit. Continue reading Deer Crossing: How a Handmade Sign Helped Me Survive 2020
I set out to run 50 races for 50 causes while I was 50. Little did I know, a worldwide pandemic would intervene.
And so, running became a way for me to process the events of the past year. Continue reading Inspired Miles: Reflections
You know what they say about the best-laid plans.
And this year, 2020, is having a field day with those so-called best-laid plans. Continue reading In the Midst of a Challenge: Inspired Miles
By Karen Hendricks My #1 Instagram photo of 2019 was probably one of the “worst” pictures I have ever posted of myself (below). But it was real. And it came with a little essay: Running is a time of real … Continue reading Getting Real in 2019