The Devil Made Me Do It

Thank you to the folks at Runivore for asking me to guest blog!



  1. razkristi · · Reply

    Love the picture in the post on Ruivore, Rod!
    You know we will be cheering you on for that BQ!

    1. Thanks Kristi!

      I got the greatest compliment from a client I haven’t seen in a few months. She asked if I lost weight! Since my training is down (but still very present) to let my body rest, I’ve been worried about putting on the pounds. Boy did that client make my day!

      How are things with you?

      I signed up for ATB πŸ˜ƒ

  2. Nice post! Getting famous around the globe! Gonna have to ask for that autograph soon before you get Boston famous! Sounds like the big pieces of next season are getting locked in (ATB, Goodlife, and I assume Toronto Waterfront…the regular suspects…with Boston hopefully becoming the regular spring marathon in 2017. I am in awe of your dedication and motivation. Well done!

    1. Thanks Raymond! I did get waylaid this morning though as I was up for a couple of hours, just couldn’t sleep, and thought “Heck, I’m not running.” The joys of the off-season, huh?

      How are you doing?

      1. Good! My last event was on Halloween, but the weather has been so nice that I have been running until last week (just 5-10 k, but still getting outside). I got on my bike for the first time since August (that hurts when you haven’t done it in awhile!) and got to the pool yesterday. I have a HM mid January, so I will need to keep up some run fitness in the next few weeks….

  3. Excellent post! Love the photo of the autumn foliage too. You are so going to nail that BQ. 😁 πŸŽ‰

    1. Thanks NT! From your lips to God’s ears! And so glad to have you on FB! Thank you for that. Especially with all the events that are going on in France, it’s nice to keep tabs on you. ☺️

      1. Thanks Rod. It’s not a pleasant atmosphere at the moment to be sure. We saw gendarmes with machine guns patrolling the Christmas markets, and given how close we are to Belgium, Luxembourg and Germany, driving along the highways and country roads now, there’s a lot more police and border security, making us feel paranoid and uneasy. πŸ˜•

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