I'm going to be very honest with you: it has been a long time since running has felt "easy." It was easy when I was pregnant (pictured), it wasn't all that easy when I was coming back from a sacral stress fracture before that, or when I started running long distances during grad school, or when my Crohns Disease flares, and it certainly isn't easy now that I weigh more, took 7 months off, and am pushing a stroller (with all the things in it). .
So why do I do it? Good question. It isn't an "easy" answer. But answer has always been (in its shortest form) that running helps me to believe. Running taught me to live beyond expectations. And in a world as screwed up as the one we find ourselves in, we all need that thing that centers us, reminds us to fight, makes us better parents, friends, stewards of the world.
Methinks a few certain someones might benefit from a humbling run. Don't you?
What keeps you humble but also empowers you? #ifeveryoneran#whyirun#throwbackthursday
동네산책하고 집에서 엄마랑 바짝 논 우리쁨이는 꿈나라로🌛
해지니까 선선하고 바람도 살랑살랑 부는데 쁨이랑 산책하는길이 설렜어요😍
앞으로 쁨이랑 모든순간에 함께한다는 생각이.. 벅차면서도 주어진 시간은 금방이겠구나 싶어요.
쁨이 커가는게 재밌어서 정신없다보면 나는 늙어가는 줄 모르겠지요ㅎㅎ
우리 부모님이 그랬던것처럼..
그래도 그 재미를 누릴 수 있다니..행복해요☺
혼자서도 잘 놀아요😊
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동요 틀어서 율동하며 즐거운 시간을 보내고 있는줄 알았는데 #엄마의착각
지겨워졌는지 이러고 있음요.....