I have a hard time getting rid of my exercise shoes. I wear them until my toes are sticking out and even when I buy my next pair, I still hang on to my old ones. I see them as my companion who was with me when I ran a race or learned to climb a rope and their battle scars are endearing. Strange?? Probably. Anyways, after cleaning my closet today I realized I needed to say goodbye to some pairs. My Brooks took me through my seventh half marathon which was my hardest by far. I went into it injured and was my first one I had to walk through some of it. It was frustrating, but the test of endurance and patience gave me more appreciation for a healthy body and a will to eventually reach my destination. My Reeboks were there to see me through feelings of insecurities and fear as I started figuring out the testosterone filled weight section in the gym. It is never easy to feel like a beginner, but I pray I will never pass up the chance to learn and grow.
Unhappy? It’s all up to you to change that 😉. .
Morning chalky scribbles at Highgate @yyoga today 🌤. Getting out of my comfort zone of just using white chalk and including more colour. It’s definitely a challenge 😵 but gets easier with practice ⚡️.
In case you haven’t entered my giveaway, it ends tonight! It also happens to include all you need to create your own chalk board masterpieces like this ✨. Check a couple posts back to see the details.
Day 25: This quote hangs in our home as a constant reminder of Jesus. It was a gift from my amazing mom! If I can be half the mom she is, I say my kids will be fine. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
🖌: Reeves watercolors 🖊: White Gelly Roll Pen. 🤚🏻: superstar-helping toddler