Monday, August 31, 2009

The Running Man...er...Woman...

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I did it.


I ran tonite.


I ran a mile--maybe even a little more.


I hardly had to walk.


It may not sound far or like that big of a deal.


But to me?


This is big.


I haven't ran for over 2 years. It was when I found out I was pregnant with Bella.


And then, you know, life happened.


I left the Air Force.


I had a baby daughter.


I had a pretty rough recovery time after having Isabella.


Then I got pregnant with Madelyn.


Etc.


Etc.


I never thought I'd be able to run like I used to.


But it's not that bad.


I even liked it.


A lot.


So here's to me to keep on running.


Fast, slow...I don't care.


I just want to run.


Even on those days when I just won't feel like it...


Those days when life gets in the way...


I just want to keep on running. Because now?


It is a part of my life.


And I love my life.

12 comments:

Lin said...

YAY for running a mile! That's so awesome. I wish I could run a mile, I'm lucky if I can jog a lap without dry heaving, lol.

Lindsay said...

WTG that is really great!!

Lauranie said...

LIKE running????!!!!?!?!?! You are one strange kitten!! :D Congrats, I am happy that you have this release for your days!! RUN, CHELLE, RUN!!!! xo

Jennifer said...

Way to go!!! I hope you can talk me into running again. Four 1/2 more weeks until this little guy comes :)
Keep up the great work:) :) :) :) :) :)

Elaine A. said...

Yay for running! I can't wait to get to back to it after baby is born and recovery is over...

Llama said...

WOW! CONGRATS! Running is not easy! Your awesome! Love your blog!

Amanda said...

Good for you!

blueviolet said...

AWESOME! I can't believe you were able to do that well the first time out. You're not out of shape as much as you may have thought you were.

I'm so tickled for you!

a H.I.T. said...

Congratulations! That is so encouraging and exciting.

amanda said...

yay for you!! long distance high five!

Krystyn said...

Great job! Keep it up. I was just saying last night (after finally getting back on the elliptical) that I don't understand running. I'm so glad you do!

Becks said...

That is great!! Running really is the best high. I used to be a runner...years ago. I am slowly trying to become a runner again. In fact I was just getting ready to go for a run (well a walk/run)!