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The Town’s Half Marathon

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In eight weeks I will be running The Town’s Half Marathon in Oakland, I have to admit I’m extremely excited about this run.  It’s  been just about four short years since my first race and I’ve fallen into a habit of repeating the same ones each year.  I decided that this year, I wanted to branch out, run different races and visit different cities while doing it and the inaugural Town’s Half is the perfect fit.

Why am I so excited for The Town’s Half Marathon? First and foremost I love running in the bay area, admittedly I haven’t done much in the East Bay, it’s time.  I ran the Livermore Half Marathon and loved the whole experience from the expo to the finish line festival. The Town’s Half  is being put on by Project Sport, who also produced the Livermore Half, so I know it’ll be just as fun and organized.  I’m not even going to pretend that I don’t enjoy the race swag and The Town’s Half definitely has some awesome swag…….along with the finisher’s shirt and medal all runners will receive a Brita water bottle at the finish line, which is at the steps of City Hall and will include a post race wine and music festival.

 

2014 Finisher's Medal

2014 Finisher’s Medal

The expo will be held at Jack London Square, if you’d like to stay close to the expo the Waterfront Hotel is an option.  If you would like to stay closer to the start/finish line you can look into the Oakland Marriott.  Some of the places to explore in Oakland include China Town, Lake MerrittOakland Museum of California as well as the Sunday Farmer’s Market at Jack London Square. I love trying new restaurants, some suggestions I’ve been given include the popular Aunt Mary’s Cafe where they serve home-cooked food and were featured on Diners, Drive-ins and Dives.  The Brown Sugar Kitchen is known for their Chicken and Waffles, late night bites can be found at Ruddy’s Can’t Fail and I plan on visiting Fentons Creamery for my post race ice cream treat.

If you would like to join me and run the town, you can register here and save 10% with promo code: Heather, hope to see you there!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Livermore Half Marathon Recap

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Back of the Participant Shirt

Back of the Participant Shirt

 

I had first heard about the Livermore Half Marathon in late February, I contemplated running it as I absolutely love any reason to run in Northern California and the mention of wine at the finish line didn’t hurt either.  One big problem,  I had just arrived back home after spending a week in Florida for the Princess Half Marathon and my 2014 race budget was all but busted.  That’s when I saw that Cookies on the Run was giving away a race entry, you better believe I tweeted and tweeted and tweeted my way to as many entries as I could get before the entry deadline.  Long story short I wasn’t the first or second name drawn but one had already registered and the other one was unable to run it…let’s hear it for lucky number three!!  Thank you Cookies on the Run!

I received my entry eleven days before the race, I was super excited and then I realized I was registered to run Rock n Roll San Francisco the following week.  I had never run two half marathons back to back, let alone two with big elevation changes, I wasn’t sure how I would hold up.  I spent the better part of those eleven days debating if I was going to run it.  The day before the race I checked the weather for race day and there was almost a 100% chance for rain; if you have read my past posts you know all about my aversion to hills in a course; well my other huge aversion is rain.  I knew if I cancelled because of the rain and it didn’t end up raining I would kick myself for months. I took to Facebook and asked for some sage advice from my runner friends.  I have to say I was totally reminded one of the biggest reason I love the running community, my wonderful friends flooded me with tried and true advice.  Friday morning I still hadn’t decided if I was going to run or not but I packed my bag before work and put it in my car….I figured I had until I got off work to decide if I was going to head up to Livermore that night.  I debated most of the morning and finally decided I was as prepared as I could be to run in the rain and I didn’t want to regret passing on the race, I booked myself a room and right after work headed up North.

I arrived in Livermore about 6:30 which gave me plenty of time to get to the Bankhead Theatre Plaza for packet pick up.  There was a free parking garage right across the street which made getting to the expo extremely easy, I was in and out of the outdoor expo in a matter of minutes.   Tony wasn’t running but he drove down to meet me for dinner, we ended up at Sauced BBQ Spirits AMAZING!   After dinner I headed back to the hotel, laid out my race day clothes and called it a night.

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When I woke up on race morning it was gloomy but no rain yet.  I made a game day decision and changed my outfit up a bit, I changed out my capris for long shorts and replaced the long sleeve shirt under a short sleeve shirt for my usual tank and I brought the long sleeve shirt just in case AND I went with a yellow Sparkle Athletic skirt instead of the purple.  My hotel was only about ten minutes from the start, I parked in the garage I had used for the expo it was extremely fast and easy.  When I got to the staging area I decided I didn’t need my long sleeve shirt so I checked it at bag check, walked around a bit and chatted with other runners before the start.

The start and finish line

The start and finish line

The race started right at 8:00 under an extremely overcast sky, I just kept hoping the rain would hold off until I was done running.  I felt good starting off, the first few miles went smoothly and were mostly on residential streets.  Right before mile four we entered a beautiful park area, I believe it was Sycamore Grove Park and that led right into Veteran’s Park, this was my absolute favorite part of the race!  We exited the parks right before the 10k point, right by the restaurant at Wente Vineyards, the grape vines along the course were just stunning, this is what I was running for the beauty on the course….and the bling.

 

Wente

Wente

I had started feeling twinges in my right calf somewhere around mile five and by the time I was at mile seven they were full-fledged calf cramps, I spent a bit of time trying to stretch them out and trying to walk through it.  From mile seven to mile eleven I was only able to run stretches of .15 before it would cramp up again.  I was upset and frustrated but it was during this time I saw the most amazing thing I had ever seen on a course, I was overjoyed to get this photo, you have no idea.  Best race photo ever (at least I think so)  a wild turkey on the course!!!!

Awesome right!!

Awesome right!!

Around mile eleven I also started worrying about the three-hour course limit, I had been on pace to finish well before that but the cramps really slowed me down so I spent those last few miles pushing myself to run as much as I could and checking the time on my Garmin.  I pushed myself to run the last 400 meters through the finish line with my calf completely cramped up, it was incredible painful but I was happy to be done and right within the three-hour course limit.  I collected my awesome medal, wine glass and sampled a few after run treats from the sponsors.  My legs were extremely sore from the cramping so I decided to pass on the post race festival (I heard it was amazing) and opted to grab a quick bloody mary at Sauced before heading back to the hotel to clean up.  As soon as I got back to my hotel the sky opened up and the rain came down, thank you Mother Nature for holding out.

 

Not quite the outfit I had planned on

I am so happy that I didn’t let my fear of having to run in the rain stop me from a well organized race.  So far this race/course are one of my favorites that I’ve run this year.  I can’t wait to run the Livermore Half Marathon again in 2015, hopefully minus the cramps.  If you’re interested in running next year, early bird registration opened last week you can register here.

The Bling, I love it!

The Bling, I love it!

Participant shirt and wine glass

Participant shirt and wine glass

National Running Day

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Today is National Running Day, when I went to Banso to make my badge for this year I thought of all of the reasons I run.  I chose a somewhat cheeky but real reason for my badge, I love sweets and I love nothing more than following up a half marathon with a cupcake from Kara’s Cupcakes in San Francisco.  Here are some of the other reasons I run.

I run….

for my son:  I first started running again back in 2010, I found out that I was pre-diabetic and I knew I had to make my health a priority so I could be the best Mom to my son and lead by example about making exercise part of your daily routine.

for my sanity:  I am a single mom, I deal with a lot of stress from being the sole provider for my household, being the bad cop every time it’s necessary, his school, my job, trying to balance my personal life; it can be overwhelming and when I run I can shut it all off.

because I can:  This seems like a very simple reason but I think of it often.  Being in good health is a gift and I will run until the day I am no longer able.

for alone time with myself:  Sometimes I try to sort out a problem I’m having, other times I spend in reflection; I’ll think about all the wonderful things I’d love to share with my Grandparents if they were still alive.

for wine, beer, cake:  Enough said

because I love it:  I love to run, I love the feeling I get when I push myself further than I thought I could go, watching the sun rise, runs where I chat with a friend.  I truly love running.

I’ve been neglecting the blog since my Princess Half recap, here are some other tidbits related to National Running Day.  I registered for the Nike Women’s Half Marathon San Francisco Random Draw today.  I’ve wanted to do it for the last two years, today I decided this year I was going to give it a shot.  Random draw takes place end of June, fingers crossed.

 

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I do have some rather exciting news, I am an Ambassador for The Town’s Half Marathon in Oakland.  I’m extremely excited to help spread the word about this run, 2014  will be the inaugural year and the course has been carefully crafted to showcase the best of Oakland; Jack London Square, Uptown, Downtown, Piedmont Ave, Claremont, Lake Merritt and Grand Ave.  Runners will also receive a tasting glass, a tech tee and a seriously awesome medal.  Mark your calendars for August 16, Register here and save 10% off registration with promo code: Heather  I hope to see you there!

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runDisney Inaugural Glass Slipper Challenge

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Victoria, Tony and I at the Fit for a Princess Expo

As soon as runDisney announced they were adding the Glass Slipper Challenge to the Princess Half Marathon Weekend in 2014 Victoria and I started planning our trip.  Before registration even opened plane tickets were purchased and rooms were booked, as expected the Glass Slipper Challenge option sold out quickly and we were lucky enough to get in along with Tony, who decided he would run it too.  The trip was scheduled for the week before Rob’s birthday so we decided to make it a birthday trip as well, and so a week-long trip was planned.  Here are some of my favorite pictures and highlights from the week.

Tony, me, Victoria and Rob at the California Grill

Tony, me, Victoria and Rob at the California Grill

We kicked off the week with dinner at the California Grill in Disney’s Contemporary Resort.  We made our reservations for 7:05 which was perfect for being able to watch the fireworks in the Magic Kingdom from our table.  This was my first time dining at the California Grill, the food was amazing, I highly recommend it!

Victoria and I dressed as Rapunzel with our trusty sidekick Pasqual

Victoria and I dressed as Rapunzel with our trusty sidekick Pasqual

For the Enchanted 10k Vic and I decided to dress as Rapunzel, my über talented friend Nickole was kind enough to crochet our sidekick Pasqual for us.  I couldn’t have been happier with how our outfits came out…..what I couldn’t be less excited about was the 0245 wake up call that is just part of a runDisney race at Walt Disney World.

Tony and I in our corral before the start

Tony and I in our corral before the start

Since Vic is super speedy and started in corral A, Tony and I decided we would just take our time, have fun and stop for pictures along the course that took us through Epcot and the Boardwalk areas.  I’m really glad we decided on this strategy days before the run as it was super humid on Saturday morning.

My favorite from the race, Tony and in Paris

My favorite from the race, Tony and I in Paris; Epcot World Showcase

We stopped quite a few times for photos in Epcot along the World Showcase area just for the scenery the various countries provided.  I’m not a fan of waiting in lines of more than five groups for a character stop unless it’s a character I’m absolutely in love with.  During the 10k we only stopped for Jiminy Cricket, Donald Duck and Princess Tiana (a photo for my niece) I can’t remember what other characters were out for photo stops but I was very happy with the ones we got.

Part one of the Glass Slipper Challenge complete!

Part one of the Glass Slipper Challenge complete!

After we caught the race day transportation back to the hotel we decided to take it easy, take a nap and rest up by the pool so we could have fresh legs for the half on Sunday morning.  Before we knew it we were back up at 0245 Sunday morning so we could catch the busses out to the half marathon staging area and finish up the challenge.

Vic and I dressed as Ariel's sisters Aquata and Attina for the half marathon

Vic and I dressed as Ariel’s sisters Aquata and Attina for the half marathon

Once again super speedy Vic went up to corral A and Tony and I settled in corral G, there was plenty of pre-race entertainment but before we knew it the fireworks went off and the Princess Half Marathon was underway.

A nice touch, fireworks went off as each corral started

A nice touch, fireworks went off as each corral started

Tony and I had the same plan for the half as we did for the 10k the day before, just take our time, enjoy ourselves and stop for the photos we wanted.  The humidity was much worse on Sunday morning, I’d say close to 100% but it was cooler so I ran much easier than I had Saturday morning.

One of my favorite parts of the course, heading into the Magic Kingdom

One of my favorite parts of the course, heading into the Magic Kingdom

Admittedly, running Princess injured back in 2012 is not full of fond memories.  One thing I did love running through  was the way the payment turnstiles going into the Magic Kingdom parking area looked in the early morning, I had to make sure we got a picture of it this year.

We had to stop for a picture with Lilo & Stitch

We had to stop for a picture with Lilo & Stitch

I felt pretty strong the whole race, there were quite a few times where the course got super tight but all in all it was a much better experience than we had in 2012 (pretty sure due to me not being injured and having a sour disposition).  You can see how the humidity affected the camera on our phone, all of our pictures we took from about the 6 mile mark are foggy.   Lilo & Stitch were our last stop before just running it in to the finish and completing four runDisney races in a 37 day period, now we had three more days to enjoy our vacation.

Enchanted 10k, Princess Half, Glass Slipper Challenge and Coast to Coast Medals

Enchanted 10k, Princess Half, Glass Slipper Challenge and Coast to Coast Medals

 

Rob, me and Tony closing down the Magic Kingdom

Rob, me and Tony closing down the Magic Kingdom

We went back to our hotel, had a fantastic pancake breakfast (courtesy of Tony) cleaned up and headed right into the parks. We spent the better part of the afternoon in Epcot before heading back to the room for a nap, the Magic Kingdom was having magic hours from 10 pm until 1 am and we planned on taking full advantage of it.  we headed to the Magic Kingdom about 8 pm and shut the place down, riding every ride on our must do list multiple times.

The whole gang celebrating Rob's birthday at Ohana

The whole gang celebrating Rob’s birthday at Ohana

We spent the last few days of our trip exploring the parks as well as Downtown Disney.  We had Rob’s birthday breakfast at Ohana and Tony and I had dinner our last evening there at Be Our Guest followed by watching the fireworks in the Magic Kingdom with Rob.

Tony and I meeting our dinner host, Beast, at Be Our Guest

Tony and I meeting our dinner host, Beast, at Be Our Guest

Magic Kingdom fireworks the last night of our trip

Magic Kingdom fireworks the last night of our trip

We had an amazing vacation and it was extra special getting to share it with Victoria.  As usual Walt Disney World delivers magic on so many levels, if you’re considering a runDisney race at Disney World you won’t be disappointed!

 

 

 

 

 

2014 Tinkerbell Half Marathon

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Me and Vic before heading into our corrals

Last weekend I ran my third runDisney Tinkerbell Half Marathon but this year I ran it like I had never run a half before, I ran it naked.  Let me explain!! I have been running races for just about four years and about three years I switched to the Jeff Galloway run/walk method.  I do intervals; I run for 3 minutes and follow it with a 1.5 minute walk. I have been using my Garmin not only to track my distance and pace but it times my intervals for me too, it’s an important tool for me to have when I run.  Along with my Garmin I also use Nike+ on my phone, it may be a bit redundant as it tracks my mileage and pace but I also have my playlist set  up to it and I have to have my music on my runs.  I always run with both, I need both, or so I thought.

The night before a race I like to lay out my outfit and gear so I have everything in one place and don’t forget anything.  While laying out my race gear I noticed I needed to charge my Garmin when I went to charge it I realized I brought the wrong charger.  I wasn’t sure just how much juice it had left, I just hoped it had enough to get me 13.1 miles; I figured worse case I could use my music to time myself and the Nike+ would give me my pace every mile so I could try to adjust with that.  I had decided to do the first 6 miles without music, the majority of the first 6 miles takes place in Disneyland and California Adventure; I wanted to see if I could take more in without having earbuds in.

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The view from my corral

On race morning I waited until we were ready to start to turn my Garmin on, I turned it on with a lot of hope that it would last me the whole run.  As I crossed the start line I started both my Garmin and Nike+, my Garmin made it all of 42 feet before the battery died.  Literally at the beginning of 13.1 miles I had just lost my major running tool, I kinda freaked out…not gonna lie.  Right away I saw the Clif pacer, she was pacing runners to a 2:45 finishing time, I have a half marathon PR of 2:41 and finished Tinkerbell last year with a 2:56 so I thought it’s definitely doable so I decided to run with her group of seven.  The pacer explained to the group that we would run for 5 minutes, walk for 1, when we came up on a mile marker we would take a 1 minute walk and when we went through a water stop we would walk through it.  It sounded pretty reasonable to me and I thought it might be a little difficult for me but I should be able to keep up.

Initially it was extremely hard not having my watch and being able to see just how much time was left on the 5 minute portion of the run, after about 2 miles I was feeling good and just watching for the pacers cues on when to walk and when to start running.  I was able to keep up until right around mile 5, the 1 minute walk just wasn’t enough rest for me; I dropped back from the pace group in front of Small World.  I took a short walk and started running again, I was able to catch back up to the pace group and we exited the park and started running on the streets of Anaheim.  I decided it was time to start listening to my music and I would utilize my Nike+ since I had started it at the beginning of the race.  When I went to put my earbuds in I saw that somehow it had paused at 2.15 miles.  This is where I really lost it, yes it would have been simple enough to restart it and let it track my pace from there but I didn’t want any of the race recorded if I wasn’t going to get the whole half on it.  Here is my text to my boyfriend Tony; he knew I was freaking out.   Not so long ago something as small as my watch dying or my Nike+ pausing or even the wrong playlist playing would be enough to wreck a run.  I am very much a creature of habit and I like things a certain way, if something is off, I’m off.  I decided this was not going to happen today, I had too much race left to let it fall apart.  I was going to listen to my body and run this race.

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Yeah, mini meltdown starting

I fell into a comfortable pace and basically what I did was I would pick out a spot in the distance (they were mostly street signs) and tell myself “I’ll start running when I pass x point” and as I started running I would pick out another spot and tell myself “you can walk when you reach x spot”.  As I passed each mile marker I was able to do the math and realized I was keeping up a pace in the high 12 minute range.  When I got to mile 10 I figured out if I could keep up my pace it was entirely possible to finish under 2:50, which is something I really wanted to do.  Those last three miles I pushed myself a little harder and for encouragement (and so he would know when to expect me at the finish) I would text Tony during my walking portion at each mile marker.  As I crossed the finish line my runner tracking alert from runDisney went off showing my finish time as 2:49:39, I actually cried a bit as I realized I had run without all of my electronics guiding me and I did better than I could have imagined.

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Tink #3 in the books, success!

I learned a lot about myself through this experience, and it helped me see just how far I have come as a runner in the last few years.  I plan on running more races without relying on electronics, letting my body dictate how I run and most of all taking in the whole experience when I unplug.

Double Road Race Pleasanton Recap

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On December 22nd Tony and I ran the Double Road Race in Pleasanton.  What is the Double Road Race?  Well let me tell you all about it!  The Double Road Race is the only running event with a halftime, you run the 10k portion first take a break (length is determined by how quickly you run your 10k) and then run the 5k leg.  Your times for each leg are combined to get your official race time.  The double was created by Bob Anderson, the founder of Runner’s World Magazine.

Of course we dressed up. Buddy and Jovie in the house for Christmas!

Of course we dressed up. Buddy and Jovie in the house for Christmas!

We stayed at the host hotel, Hilton Pleasanton The Club, they had a great group rate and it was super close to the packet pick up and race location. Saturday morning we headed over to Fleet Feet Sports to get our packets, we were able to park right in front of the store and were in and out in 10 minutes.  Race morning went just as smooth.  Once we were up and dressed for the race we headed down to the hotel restaurant, had a light breakfast and left the hotel at 7:30.  We had no problems getting to Hart Middle School and finding parking before the race.

 

The recovery zone pre-race

The recovery zone pre-race

When we entered the recovery zone inside the gym before the race I was surprised at all they had in there.  There were bikes, rollers, massage tables, a photo area, a band and a few vendors with running related items.  Outside they had various drinks, bananas, bagels and portalets.

It was a very cool 46 degrees when the race kicked off at 8:15,  there was a 5k race as well and all runners started together.  The course was crowded as we started out and stayed that way until the 5k runners peeled off and those of us doing the Double continued on our second lap to complete the 10k portion.  Although the course was crowded I appreciated the fact that it was flat, really flat just how I like. I felt good during the whole 10k and we finished within our normal time.  Once we crossed the finish line we grabbed some electrolytes and a banana and headed into the gym, we had just about 45 minutes until the 5k start.

Tony crossing the finish line for the 10k portion

Tony crossing the finish line for the 10k portion

During halftime I wanted to make sure I kept my legs warm. I did some SMR (Self Myofascial Release) focusing on my quads, calves and hamstrings; we hydrated a bit and just kept moving.  Honestly those 45 minutes flew by and before I knew it it was 10:00 and time for the 5k.

Where I spent halftime

Where I spent halftime

Thankfully it had warmed up to 54 degrees by the time the 5k started.  The course was a lot less crowded this time around and we only had one lap to complete.  Right off the bat my legs were fatigued, my hamstrings were not happy with me.  I knew my pace was off and honestly I just wanted to get this portion done.  About a mile in Tony mentioned that he was getting slight cramps in his calves.  We powered through, okay not really but we kept on going.  We were definitely passing more people this time than we had during the 10k which leads me to believe that we were not the only ones fatigued after the break.  We both fought through our various aches and pains to make it to the finish.

We did the Double!

We did the Double!

Overall our 5k time was 40 seconds per mile slower than our 10k had been and we both agreed we hadn’t hurt like that during a run in a long time (with the exception of my Rock n Roll San Jose issue).  It was a well organized race a a new way to challenge ourselves, I loved that the course was flat but doing three laps in an industrial park type area was a bit boring; a trade off I suppose.  There are 11 Doubles on the schedule for 2014 in California, Kansas, Indiana, Colorado, Florida and even one in Athens, Greece.  If you’re looking for a new challenge or to mix up your running a bit this may be the race for you.

My Christmas Angel

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I’m not too sure when my Angel joined the Sonzena Family, but I joined in March of 1972.  I can only guess that she also joined about that time.  I have photographic proof that she was around in 1974, but I can honestly say that I do not remember one Christmas my whole life without her.

Me and my Angel Christmas 1974

Me and my Angel Christmas 1974

 

A few things you need to know, Christmas used to be my favorite time of year, and until I was 15 every Christmas took place at my Grandparents’ house.  They were in their fifties when I was born. Not quite their heyday, but I’ll tell you what: if this was them calmed down and more mellow, I would have loved to see them really cut loose!

Christmas Eve at their house was a party for sure.  It was pretty much the same every year, family and  friends,  Lawrence Welk on the radio and food—lots of it.  See’s candy, perogi, cabbage rolls, pickled eggs; you name it they had it, and I remember a couple of years where my sister, Heidi and I were so sick on the way home from all the Christmas treats we consumed.  Along with those memories, my Angel.  She’s beautiful and has a turning-base music box that plays Silent Night.  I remember playing with her each Christmas.

My Angel, a little worn from all the love she received over the years

My Angel, a little worn from all the love she received over the years

My Grandma, where to start…..She was amazing!!!

I have so many great memories.  We spent almost every Saturday night at her house, she would pick me, Heidi, and my brother, David up on Saturday afternoon, take us grocery shopping with her (so we could get our favorite sugary cereal), then back to the house for the night, and off to church on Sunday mornings.  Every Valentine’s Day when we would go to leave for school there would be three boxes of See’s candy that she left on the porch on her way to work.  I had my appendix out in the 8th grade, and she gave me a little bear that had a small band-aid where his appendix should be. I was a little girl that loved and appreciated shiny, beautiful jewelry, and she had plenty of it for me to admire.  When I was in my early 20’s I wanted to join the Navy and I would have long conversations with her about it, and she always encouraged me to join.  She served in the Royal Canadian Air Force, raised four children, survived breast cancer and was married to my Grandpa for 61 years….like I said amazing.

She started getting sick around 1997, and I’m not too sure when we lost her completely, but I do know that when my son Rob was born in March of 1998, she was still with us mentally.  When Rob was nine weeks old we flew out to California for a visit.  That was when she gave me my Angel, I can not even explain exactly how much it meant to me. To know that she felt the Angel belonged with me, just priceless.

My Grandma holding Rob in 1998

My Grandma holding Rob in 1998

 

 

Me and Heidi with my Great Grandma and Grandma

Me and Heidi with my Great Grandma and Grandma

Christmas morning this year will be the 6th anniversary of her death and I haven’t recovered from that loss.  Just yesterday I heard a Christmas Carol on the radio and broke into tears, I just miss her so much.     Friday morning I will bring out my Christmas decorations and get the house ready for the season.  As in years past my angel will put on display, when I look at her and think of all the happy memories made with my Grandma and family, my angel is truly my touchstone to my past and for that I will always be thankful.

Christmas 2012

Christmas 2012

 

 

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