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So these are my hands.  I snapped these photos earlier today when I was out on a run.  Today and tomorrow are supposed to be on the warmer side here in Philly so I decided to take advantage and get outside in the fresh air. But I wasn't prepared - it wasn't as warm as I thought and I have a little annoying thing called Raynaud's Disease, which … [Read more...]

It's been awhile since I did one of these What's In My Bag posts, so I thought I'd play along and bring it back today! In part, this is just an excuse to share a picture of the purse hubby bought me for Christmas. I am absolutely obsessed with it and people literally stop me in the grocery store to ask about it - it's so beautiful in person and … [Read more...]

I've been wearing out my UGGs all week with this crazy cold that's hit Philadelphia.  But sadly one of UGGs has a big hole in the front of it from mass use!  With all the ins and outs of my house to school, kids activities and errands, I have to say that my feet have been toasty warm in my UGGs and not felt the cold at all.  And I have Raynaud's … [Read more...]

It's entirely possible my legs won't function tomorrow, but right now I'm feeling pretty good because I just got back from an 8 mile run. (!!!!!!! WOO!)  This is the longest I've gone to date and I've really been slacking with the Broad Street Run training.  So much, in fact, that I've really been starting to doubt my ability to do it at all.  With … [Read more...]

Every year I have the, "that's it, we're moving south" conversation with hubby around this time. It doesn't help that this week we've hit incredible lows here in Philly - not only has it been colder this week than it has in over two years here, but one friend in Twitter told me that we've been colder than ALASKA this week. Alaska, people!  Where … [Read more...]

Did you know that Arthritis is the nation's leading cause of disability? I definitely didn't and I find the following statistic staggering: It impacts one in every five adults and affects 4 million people in the US and hundreds of millions around the world. There's no cure for Arthritis but The Arthritis Foundation wants to encourage all … [Read more...]