Back in January I was feeling kind of crummy. I felt out of control, unsuccessful, forgotten…mediocre. That was the word plaguing my heart. It wasn’t until mid February that I confessed these thoughts to anyone, even my husband. Training for a marathon became a way for me to overcome those lies and push past boundaries … More Now What?
I woke up just after 4 am Sunday morning of the marathon. I immediately ate breakfast – the same breakfast I’d eaten and trained with for several weeks. I drank 24 oz of water and started sipping on an electrolyte drink. I put my IT bands on both knees, made sure my bib was fastened … More What It’s Like to Run Your First Marathon
When I was 20 years old I ran my first half marathon. It was hard, it was amazing, it was utterly life changing, and I was hooked. Since then I’ve run a total of 6 half marathons, and after every single one I’ve said to myself – there is NO WAY I’ll ever train for … More My Inaugural Marathon – Training
Every time you or I start to grow weary and feel discouraged, we need to stop and “Consider Him who endured such opposition from sinners, so that you will not grow weary or lose heart.” -Hebrews 12:3 So maybe this isn’t the best and most light hearted way to start a blog, but it’s the … More Unexplained Infertility