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on another note, about mile 14 or so (they kind of run together) i saw a mom run into the arms of her little boy. i cried. i cried while i was running. i could tell her son was older than james but still a little boy. it got me thinking, when can i do that? and if i cry just seeing her, what will happen when i get my turn?!? i'm telling you - i felt so good and loved during this run! i think i'm still on my runner's high.
when i got home, a dozen red roses were there to greet me. they were beautiful. this card was attached:
i told you i have the best husband.
see. i told you, i'm one lucky lady. the fact that other people posted kind words means so much to me too. even people i don't personally know! supportive people are awesome. period.
see that blur? that's me!!! crossing the finish line to my second marathon in 14 days. woo hoo! i don't know if you can tell, but i had the biggest smile on my face. i think i'm blurry because i was running so fast. just a thought.