What a beautiful view for a run. One of my favorite views in Dallas is the Dallas skyline. This picture was taken during my 2 mile run on the bridge across from Margaret Hunt Bridge. Initially I was there to take photographs of the Dallas skyline. However, the early morning breeze captured me with this scenery and I couldn’t help but run towards the beauty. Continue reading Running Towards the Beauty
I will be running the Too Hot to Handle race in July 10, 2016 in Dallas, Texas! In high school I was a sprinter. Long distance was so boring and tedious. I couldn’t get through a mile without a little anger and encouragement. Queen Bee came clutch with “Run the World” which helped with both of those things. Every time I passed boys I would mutter “boy … Continue reading 15k Marathon Training
I woke up, not realizing I had grown up. I was a woman, woman with responsibilities. A woman who had everything to look forward to. A woman who wanted to go places and to see the world from every possible lens. Someone who valued herself and her body. I was grown, waiting to build upon my idea of womanhood. Independent, respectable, free spirited and strong. … Continue reading Three Years Gone.
In the busy road of Kathmandu, I spotted a little boy no more than 5 years old, crying on the streets. I stood and watched while the world around me continued to roll on like a film tape. Rolled in dust, he appeared to be dragging his little sister, around 2, towards a pile of street trash, in search for food. As immune as everyone … Continue reading Thoughts from the streets of Nepal
7th floor, looking out into the sketchy highways of Saint Louis. Broken windows and rundown buildings gleaming in the morning sun. The headlights of the trains darting Reinhert hall in the dark night. This has been my home for the last week, room 708 in Reinhart hall on the 7th floor. Despite the ratchet and extremely strange events around the city, Reinhert hall has people … Continue reading First Week of College: Reinert Experience
Our afterwork coffee runs, with wine glasses, lavender tea and leftover briskit crumbs. Our 3am trips to the suspension bridge, full moon, deep talks and cold winds to make us cringe. Early morning breakfast dates, with Jason’s special crepes, hard coffee and empty plates. Last minute Bon fires, with hot dogs, melted ice cream and rescuing your stuck tires. Kayaking in the empty lake, hammock … Continue reading After Work Coffee Runs