Month: June 2016

Invisible Brother

One late Ohio Spring evening I was riding in the car with my friend Eric after picking he and his wife Vata up from the airport. We’d not seen each other in 23 years. I remember his last words to

Jaeger Run for Pride 2016

I had another opportunity to run with my cousin Chelssie this past Friday. It was a beautiful Friday night on the eve of the Pride March. We were treated to sunny summer weather with a nice breeze. While I don’t

Invincible Summer

“In the depth of winter I finally learned that there was in me an invincible summer,” Albert Camus I know, first hand, that none of us are invincible. But I love the spirit of what Camus said. It reminds me

Finish lines & conversations

It’s an amazing feeling to cross the finish line of any race. It can sometimes be that desperate push to the end of a grueling experience or like turning the last page in a favorite book. I finished the Columbus

Anchors

While I still have my bad workout weeks I have decided to sign up for the Columbus full marathon this Fall. All these runs have a way of putting anchors along my path which remind me to eat right and,

There is nothing to fear except fear itself

In this article I hope to explore my own cardiac anxiety as a heart attack survivor in hopes that it will help others become better at differentiating anxiety from symptom. If I’m very lucky, maybe, help turn the page with

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