Sunday, February 17, 2019

New Roads (WW # 185 )



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We are in our house but hardly settled.  I guess that is what happens when you move in stages and you decide to do it all yourselves.  The days I don't work, I am on my feet from sunup to bedtime; don't get me started about the stairs.  I have only run once on my new roads, leaving me with mild shin splints.  Those I attribute to the two big hills I encountered within the first mile.


Amy from She Runs By Faith is currently packing up her home for a move...impressively with three young boys under foot.  I think she is much better at multi-tasking than I am!  Did I mention she is training for another marathon too?  She very graciously accepted my panic-filled request to fill in again as guest host at the last minute.   Please show Amy lots of love.





20 comments:

  1. Sounds like you're getting plenty of exercise!

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  2. We moved 2 years ago and it was so much more work than I expected it to be!

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  3. I can't imagine ever moving....

    Good Luck! Your new route looks pretty!

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  4. Glad to hear you're in! That road looks pretty...and yes hilly...

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  5. There’s some definite hills there! Pretty . . . but no shoulders. �� This too shall pass, I promise. Although it takes a long time for a new house to feel like home.

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  6. Moving is always so stressful but I think that you are handling it very well! The new road by your home looks beautiful but there are definitely some hills! I hope that moving continues to go well and that you get some rest soon!

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  7. That is a steep hill! We have a hill leading up to our house currently, I love leaving for a run but hate coming back ;)

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  8. It's been 15 years since we've moved into this house, but we also did all of our moves on our own. Just think of all the money you're saving :) I'm fairly new to your blog - was this a job move, downsizing, or just wanted to move to a new area? That is a steep hill - but it looks quite pretty there!

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  9. Getting settled always takes a long time - can't wait to see pictures of the new place!

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  10. Moving is certainly stressful and it takes a while to feel settled in. I hope you get to slow down and get some down time soon!

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  11. Just think how much stronger running those hills will make you! Hope you're enjoying your new place as much as you can until you're completely settled!

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  12. Life gets in the way sometimes and its hard to stay in a routine! Hope you guys get settled soon!

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  13. that road looks like gulp, fun! Hoping you get settled into your new house soon!

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  14. That's quite the hill! I'd love to have a few hills on my run routes (no luck here in the coastal flatlands). Good luck getting settled in your new home. Moving is always crazy.

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  15. I hope settling in goes well! Moving itself feels like a hard exercise routine. We moved twice this past year (cross-country, and then into a house) and both times it was exhausting! I hope you can get some good rest soon as you settle in more.

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  16. Moving is hard, no matter how you slice it! You are doing great and will surely settle in soon!

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  17. That hill is impressive! It won't belong before you are used to it. I hope you get settled in soon!

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  18. I'm sorry that road hates your shins, but what a gorgeous photo. Good luck settling in

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  19. Good luck with everything finishing up the move and I hope those shin splints get better soon!

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