Saturday, May 29, 2010

six impossible things before an actual race v. 3

Who runs a 10K just to get free childcare?

This girl does. I wanted to push myself. I wanted to see what happened when I attempted something that I shouldn't be able to do.

This time, my face was not plastered with a ridiculous smile. This time, I stared down hills. There was no one cheering from the sidelines, just fields, trees and (thankfully) the One who made it all, reminding me of his promises. He is faithful.


Anonymous said...

I bet you feel like a superstar. There is nothing like facing the challenge head on, and succeeding at it. It's an awesome feeling.

cmhd said...

But you lived to write about it. Nice job, friend.

Jennipher said...


Their Giant said...

Sprint triathlon July 31, all in?