You Do The Impossible

What would you do if, in the middle of training for a triathlon, you were diagnosed with Pancreatic Cancer at 39 years of age?  If you're Molli Serrano, you do the impossible ~ Molli has recently completed her first triathlon since being diagnosed and she won first female overall in decisive … Read More

Dad’s Trees

I wrote this 6 years ago (when I was still married) but thought I would share again.  Now that Dad is gone, it has even deeper meaning. Every year on my father's Birthday, August 23, we plant a tree in our yard, as per his request. This year he is 79 years old. "I've got everything I could … Read More

Robert C. Davis

Robert C. Davis passed away on the morning of the 8th of December, 2010.  He was Gin’s father and her inspiration.  She was his Daddy’s Girl. Over the last several months, Gin spent many hours visiting and talking with her father.  Robert C. Davis was a World War II veteran, and like many other … Read More

The Hidden Benefits of Exercise – WSJ.com

"As millions of Americans flock to the gym armed with New Year's resolutions to get in shape, medical experts are offering an additional reason to exercise: Regular workouts may help fight off colds and flu, reduce the risk of certain cancers and chronic diseases and slow the process of aging." The … Read More

We Must Never Forget

We all remember what we were doing on the morning of September 11, 2001.  We can't forget the vision, the confusion, the disbelief and the horror as we bore witness to all that unfolded that day.  It will forever be one of those historical events vividly etched in our minds. 2,996 Americans lost … Read More

WaPo – Step At 20

Great article this week about the Anniversary of Step.  Just to clarify - Gin's not completely retired from fitness.  She just doesn't do conventions like she used to but she does do workshops on request.  Now her focus is on product consultation, programming and video production.  Plus she runs the … Read More