Thursday, February 21, 2013

Buried but Not Alone



As I take a short "break" from my studies. I just wanted to say thanks for all the amazing people in my life. Doing life together is good. Today has been clouded a bit with worry and fear and I am trying to push that aside. I have HOPE and I have many things to be thankful for.

I am in crunch time mode so that is one way to stay out of pity party mode. I just finished grading 40 essays (break time) and still have to write a 7-10 page lit review. Ugh. I am not sure how this is happening? Lit review due Saturday by midnight yet I will be at an AUU tourney most of the weekend coaching? Starting off with a 8:45 p.m. Friday night game. Who get's the 8:45 slot? Really? Of course there is that other little thing called marathon training that I need to squeeze in as well. Sheesh!

I have so much to share in my running world as well and can't wait for some downtime. I have been experimenting with doterra oils with my foot (planter fasciitis) hope to have some progress to share. I also have some new kicks (Mizuno Wave Elixir7) and some new fuel treats (FRS) that I have been testing out.

As well as cool gear giveaway from none other than LUCY! This makes me very very HAPPY!
And....and a very special gift from Fierce Forward that I can't wait to share.

And I ran 30 miles last week. That was interesting....

Well, that is all the time I have for my BREAK. I need to get back to my lit search.

Keep On Keeping On and give thanks for the good in your life.

9 comments:

XLMIC said...

I love that you're able to run; I know how much goodness that brings into your being :)

Johann said...

Awesome post! I love everything about it. And yes, here in Africa people do things that way indeed :)

Tasha @Healthy Diva said...

Thank you for being so amazing!!!! :-)
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megan.vining said...

you rock and are such an inspiration! Keep on Keeping on! #roadtoEugene

Marnee A said...

love you!

giraffy said...

Enjoy your break!!

Rachel S-B said...

You did try Doterra! Yeah! Let me know. I love mine!

Elizabeth said...

how do you do it all?? you really are such an inspiration-i just wanted to remind you of that. :)

Bria Burton said...

I love the African proverb you posted here. And good luck with marathon training! It seems like there is never "free" time for marathon training because it requires so much. Everything else feels like it's in the way. Or at least that's how I felt when I was in marathon training mode.