Radio Killed the Internet Star!

My Radio Interview

On the off chance that on the morning of your July 4th holiday, you didn’t spring out of bed at 7:30 a.m. to dutifully listen to the live webcast of my radio interview on the 98.1 WOCM Ocean City’s Rude Awakening morning show, you can now relive the moment!  Just click the play button below to hear it; the entire interview is about seven minutes long.  I must admit I’m a bit of an east-coast fast-talker, but I even though I was a little nervous, I managed to avoid the dreaded shaky voice!

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Thanks to Blaine Moore from Run To Win for helping me figure out how to magically get audio from my computer onto my blog.

Race Announcements

There are two races, both benefitting good causes, that I’d like to mention here.  The first is the NYC Half Marathon on August 16th, for which general registration is closed.  But you can still get guaranteed entry by participating in the Fresh Air Fund-Racers program, which benefits inner city children by giving them a chance to get out of the city and into the fresh air to enjoy all kinds of outdoor activities like swimming and hiking trips.  In addition to runners and sponsors, they’re still looking for host families to provide the kids with a place to stay during their summer vacations.  If you live in the area and would like to host, or are just interested in running and fund raising, please consider this opportunity to do something special for an inner city child!

The second race is the 3rd Annual Recovery Race 5K Run and 2-Mile Walk in McHenry, Maryland on September 12th.  The race is to celebrate the efforts of those courageous people who are recovering from an addiction, and all proceeds benefit the Garrett County STEPS to Better Health Committee.  Western Maryland is a beautiful area and I’m sure this course in the mountains is no exception.



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  1. Great interview, you did a good job.
    .-= Blaine Moore´s last blog ..2009 Weekly Back Cove Race Series » Week 10 =-.

    • Thanks Blaine. I meant to acknowledge you in the post for your help with the audio, but I got so excited that it was working that I forgot! Updating it now…

  2. Hey I hadn’t listened to this yet- that was a great job! You did well answering their jokey comments positively.

    • Thanks! I didn’t really think about that, but you’re right. I guess I sort of expected that to be the tone of the interview before I went in, so I wasn’t going in with an agenda of trying to convert them.

  3. Good job under the pressure! I always talk fast during interviews as I get so nervous. It is so funny how everyone is so concerned about protein, they never ask about antioxidants, essential fatty acids, fiber, or minerals… I would love to be asked “but how do you get your antioxidants?” 🙂

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