Monthly Archives: December 2010

Finally….A Running Related Blog (w/ bonus pics of Greg’s 1st snuggie)

MONDAY, DECEMBER 27th: I started my 3 month 50K training this week.  Perhaps a bit ballsy since I haven’t run a step since The Marshall Marathon Relay on November 7th.  Believe it or not the first week calls for three … Continue reading

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It’s Official….I Am Married To A Man In Uniform

If you recall, I posted a blog a while back stating that it was a possibility that Greg would sign in the near future.  The future arrived Wednesday. Over the course of the past few months I have been discussing … Continue reading

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The Starts With A “C” And Ends With A “Y” Results And The Great Gdionelli Package

They say the hardest part of getting a colonoscopy is the cleansing that occurs the day before.  While I’ll agree it’s not one of the funnest things I’ve ever done, but it ended up being funny enough to bring tears … Continue reading

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GUESS WHAT I’M GETTING FOR CHRISTMAS!!!

Starts with a c and ends with a y. I even get it early….like tomorrow morning at 11 am.

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So I’m Not Dying?

Still no running since November 7th.  The date of my next goal race has been set for March 26th.  I had intended to run a 50K in Chicago and was supposed to begin training on December 27th but I’m reluctantly … Continue reading

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Reverse Moooooooooohawk Oops!

The following events occurred last night after we finished decorating the first Cochran Christmas tree: Greg puts the #1 guard on a pair of clippers I’ve borrowed from my ex-husband and asks me to trim his hair.  (After the Garbanzo … Continue reading

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What I (or we…as in The Cochran’s) Have Been Up to Since My Last Blog

The weekend after Loopfest we rented a carpet cleaner and cleaned the carpets.  The following weekend  I started my new position at work.  I was promoted to a department specialist in one of the big box stores.    I knew … Continue reading

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