12/28/11

Without running... I would have never

...covered 6 miles on a cold April morning in a Wonder Woman Costume.


...learned that this boy can sprint to the finish EVERY time:




...become so willing to use a porta-john.





....become one with nature.


...approached strangers in underwear.


...gained a serious knee high sock fetish.







...reconnected with old friends.


...made so many new friends.


...had my son take an lcd tv home.




...witnessed unabashed public urination.




...felt like I conquered the world.





...been so incredibly humbled.





...learned that if I keep moving forward, no matter how hard it is and how hopeless it might seem, the road will always bring me to my most favorite and coveted place.




9 comments:

  1. That was absolutely beautiful and made my eyes water and shed a few tears...I am so happy for you and am thankful that I am able to witness and be a part of your journey, even if only via FB and the blog...
    May this New Year bring you so many more adventures, challenges, conquests and happiness!
    Chantal

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  2. That is a great post. You have so many pictures of your runs! Treasure them. Make an album :)

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  3. My husband has missed very few races and is always so supportive and snapping photos. I'm stocking up on great memories to look back on when I'm old and immobile.

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  4. Another great entry. I've appreciated your feedback on my blog, but noticed you stopped following it. I'd be grateful if you sent a message explaining why. I know it won't appeal to everyone but if it appealed to you recently and doesn't anymore, knowing what changed would be useful for me. Thanks. Have a great 2012.

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  5. One of the best blogs I have read! Thank you for sharing.

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  6. Thanks Nicole! That is a wonderful compliment!

    And Greg, I answered your question on your blog. (which I am still following!)

    And Chantal, you need to get out there with me sometime soon!

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  7. Just starting my running journey and love reading blogs like yours! It's so encouraging!

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  8. Keep at it Midassa. It's an amazing journey, no matter how fast or slow you are!

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