At the starting line I felt like a lion waiting to be let out of my cage. I was rip roaring and ready to go. Ready to race? Indeed! I was ready to rumble, but I was also incredibly eager to witness my athletes tackle their individual races and goals. At mile one I logged
January 3rd 2016. 3.1 miles. Six runners. Six friends. Five PR’s. Two age group awards!! Lisa and Kristi (wahoo!!!) One 1st place trophy 🙂 One utterly rewarded coach. January 5. One very sick kiddo. One very tired mama. One amazing story to tell…. another day. Zzzzz….
“NO RETREAT. NO SURRENDER. BURN THE BOATS! BURN THE MOTHER FU*KING BOATS!!!!” The moments that you spend at the starting line before a race are often very telling about how the race will proceed. Are you fidgeting your hands wondering if you did enough as you frantically replay your training runs in your mind? Or