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a different kind of marathon

Today marks my first day of rest since officially embarking on training for the Philadelphia Marathon in November.¬† I ran five of the last six days, in soul-crushing heat and humidity.¬† Mercifully, I had a great running companion at my … Continue reading

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ghost child

This evening as I was leaving work, one of my colleagues, who was my office-mate when my nephew was born six years ago, asked me how he was doing. ¬†Actually, her exact words were, “How’s my man doing?,” and I … Continue reading

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