It’s my alone time. My me time.
My sanctuary. My therapy.
When I can think without being interrupted. Or not think at all.
It’s when I feel most myself.
I’ve laughed on runs. I’ve cried.
I’ve picked up leaves or acorns for my kids.
I’ve thought about my grandfather who passed when I was 15. I felt like he was running with me. Like he would be proud of me.
It’s when I get to take care of me. So I can be healthier. And live longer.
It’s when I get to be in nature. See the animals.
It’s when I get to listen to what I want.
And the endorphins. Runners high is no joke.
I’m calmer after a run, especially with my kids.
Running makes me a better mom.
A better person.
A better me.
It’s been almost two months since my last blog!
In case you can’t tell, we’ve been super busy!
Miss Addison turned 3 in January and we celebrated with a Fox birthday party in the park. And at Disney (of course!).
And we just finished all of our Valentine’s Day fun!
We are also participating in a hiking spree at the local parks. We have to finish 8 hikes by the end of march, so we’re doing about one a weekend!!
Eric and I also just registered for our first half marathon! We’ll be running the Disney half next January!
So I’ve been busy training for that as well. Here’s what my weeks have been looking like lately:
orlistat to buy Monday– Hikes with homeschool group/ Busch Gardens/ Karate
where do you buy valtrex Tuesday– homeschool testing/ Dance class/ Chick-fil-a/ tea party
click Wednesday– school from 8:40-Noon/ all my grocery shopping done/ Karate
Thursday– school from 8:40-Noon/ run while the girls are in school
Friday– Friend’s houses/ play dates at parks
Saturday– Farmer’s market/ Home improvement store/ gardening/ family time/ date night
Sunday– hiking/ gardening/ Disney
What Mom’s week doesn’t look like that?!