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#TBT—All In Stride Tumblr Edition

Today’s post is my fun version of #TBT (Throwback Thursday)—a peek at my original blog.

Once upon a time I started a Tumblr blog to act as a photo record of my running adventures/job search/ads I liked. Zack and I were houseless at the time—we had just graduated and were looking for jobs, traveling the country, and living out of suitcases, a storage unit, and my parents’ house. A blog seemed like a great way to document the experience. Plus, you need a blog to get a job. Duh. 😉

Here are some non-smartphone photo highlights from my various posts:

Seen on my run in Princeton - escaped bulldozing zebra
Seen on my run in Princeton – escaped bulldozing zebra-giraffe
Sasha post-run one summer day
Sasha post-run one summer day
Alamo, Texas, San Antonio
Our visit to San Antonio, Texas – I feel like I should be remembering something important…
advertising, Saucony
Ad I love
First 5 mile run in Birmingham with my friend Michael. In 100 degrees. At noon. On zero hours of sleep.
First 5 mile run in Birmingham with my friend Michael. In 100 degrees. At noon. On zero hours of sleep.
Church in Trinity, AL that I passed on my run
Church in Trinity, AL that I passed on my run
Another ad I love - back when Livestrong wasn't a tarnished brand
Another ad I love – back when Livestrong wasn’t a tarnished brand
A #whatzacksees pic from a wedding in Guntersville, AL
A #whatzacksees pic from a wedding in Guntersville, AL
Kitten snuggling with a horse in Albertville, AL
Kitten snuggling with a horse in Albertville, AL
Mid-March run on some NJ trails behind my parents' house
Mid-March run on some NJ trails behind my parents’ house
Running along the Riverwalk in Tuscaloosa, AL
Running along the Riverwalk in Tuscaloosa, AL
Barefoot run in Tuscaloosa
Barefoot run in Tuscaloosa

If this piqued your curiosity, check out my now-deserted Tumblr blog here.

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