Code Blue


She’s back.

So it seems this little blog I started died as fast as my half marathon back in 2011. A little bump by a car, sidelined for way too long and this blog gets lost deep into the oblivion known as the internet.

I have been resuscitated and so I think it’s time we bring this blog back from the flatline it has been stuck in. I have been running up a storm(just finished my first half, FINALLY!!!) and I found this little gem called CrossFit and my life has been turned upside down. Still deeply and passionately in love with Iraq and championing for their success and still trying to be a badass doctor. Can’t wait for what is to come and how this little blog is going take off. (hint, hint:look for a half recap and lots of crazy, exciting news about the future very soon.)




If you are reading this, chances are you know me by way of friendship, acquaintance or perhaps had a wild encounter with me on one of my many adventures and are wondering just how, I keep it all together. (Truth is I don’t keep it together and after reading and following along you will find that to be more true than you really wanted to know.) Many of you have followed along on my previous blog as I journeyed through various countries, continents and cultures and are back for more. These days I find myself in Austin, which can seem like another country and culture at times, and I also find myself feeling at home. A rare feeling that I haven’t experienced in about a decade when I packed up my car and started running. See if you know me well and have survived years of friendship with me, you know that I am pretty good at running. Running from one part of the country to the next, one commitment to the next, one job to another, one country to another country, running around in circles, etc. I find it humorous that I have found a place I actually want to stay put in for awhile, create some static in my life for a bit, and as a result I have begun to run in place a lot-on the treadmill. I hope this blog to be a chronicle of my fond love of all things running and working my booty off, the craziness that tends to be my life, and of course the unbeknownst adventures the future holds. Join me for the ride, grab a cup of coffee, and lets explore and grow together.

Love.Run.Love. Em.

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