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Sunday, August 30, 2009

You know, I got to thinking about yesterday. It is so easy for me to go into something with gusto and then crap out in the end. I did something yesterday that makes me so very proud of myself. I actually followed through with my plan of running this 5K that I am sure alot of you are sick of hearing about.

I registered for the race, I trained...sorta...for the race, I showed up at the race and I did it! I didn't talk myself out of it with some lame excuse. My son and I found ourselves about the only ones left downtown talking to folks we hadn't talked to in a long time. You see, we moved away from my hometown a year ago and Matt had not been to a Founder's day weekend inyears since being in the Air Force.

It just goes to show you that if you actually do something that you fear and dread, you are a better individual for it for doing it and you grow from it. I did it and I am proud.

ETA: I thought of this on my way to get groceries. I OWE A HUGE THANK YOU TO MY SPARK FRIENDS WHO STICK WITH ME ALWAYS! I LOVE YOU ALL!!!
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    I am so grateful to you for your willingness to share. You have achieved a wonderful accomplishment. Thank you for sitting and typing this experience. Your giving is beneficial to me. THANK YOU
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    Ditto what Aintskeerd said! You did it girl!! So proud of you for taking all the steps it involved!

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    Laurie, you SHOULD be proud. Starting something is one thing, finishing it is another. Enjoy your accomplishment; roll in it, hug it, kiss it, smell it, embrace it. You deserve it! And I, for one, am not tired of hearing about it.

    4245 days ago

    Comment edited on: 8/30/2009 12:28:33 PM
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