Single parenting - all parenting - sometimes feels like you're just running around in circles, but it's still mentally and physically important to make the time to get out and move (run, cycle, walk, swim, Dance like Drake, etc.). However, that's a lot easier said than done.
This week's episode coincides with Heather heading off to the East Coast to guide a runner in the Boston Marathon. You can read about that runner, Simon Wheatcroft, on dooce® and learn more about The Massachusetts Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired and Team With a Vision.
We should warn you that Heather's Southern accent is strong in this one as she was at a point in training where even the "short" runs were more than 10 miles, and thus, she was tired. Or, tahrred, as she would say. Good luck understanding half of what she says!